Hugh Easterbrook has over 25 years of international business experience in corporate finance and general management with Newell-Rubbermaid Inc and Lloyds Bank International. Over this period he has been involved in numerous transactions in various countries, including the first public takeover in Eastern Europe. Hugh holds a BSc in Economics, an MBA from INSEAD and is fluent in French and Spanish.
Tony Gillon qualified as a chartered accountant with PWC in 1978. He subsequently gained extensive corporate finance experience over 16 years with Lloyds Bank International and S.G Warburg. He was co-founder and Chairman of Sitescope Limited, an environmental information business which was sold to The Daily Mail Group Trust in 2003. Most recently he was Group Finance Director for FiveTen Group Ltd, a private equity backed specialist recruitment group.
A stone structure, often found in gothic cathedrals, that transfers the load of the roof to a detached pier or buttress. This construct renders the walls unnecessary as a means of support and permits the wall area to be devoted to large stained glass windows.