Rupert Lowe is a former chairman of Southampton Leisure Holdings Limited and WH Ireland. He is also a member of the Committee who created the FTSE 100 Index. He was chairman/director of Jubilee Group Holdings (Lloyds insurance) from 2002 until it was sold in 2011 and also formerly worked in the Treasury Department of Morgan Grenfell.
Mike served as a doctor in the Army for 35 years, retiring in 2012 as the Director General of the Army Medical Services. He has extensive experience of planning and delivering comprehensive healthcare and humanitarian support in many different environments around the world, including most recently, delivery of the UK’s first Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone in 2015, and trauma hospitals in Iraq during the liberation of Mosul. He is the Senior Independent Director at Rutherford Health plc and is the Chair of the Clinical Governance and Remuneration Committees, and a member of the Audit Committee.
Professor Sir Chris Evans has a substantial track record of establishing high-quality science companies, a large number of which have been taken public. He is widely regarded as one of Europe’s leading biotechnology entrepreneurs and was appointed an OBE in 1995 and Knighted in the New Year’s Honours List in 2001 for services to bioscience and enterprise.
Alain has 15 years’ experience in in managing investments, raising funds and supporting investment projects mainly in the Middle East and North African regions (“MENA”). Alain joined Mirabaud Bank in 2012 as Managing Director and head of MENA. Alain has provided investment advice to a private placement club of ultra-high net worth individuals seeking opportunities within a wide range of industries, principally Healthcare, Real Estate, Hospitality, Aviation and Disruptive Technology, through Venture Capital structures and Start-up businesses.
Mike Moran is a founder of the Company and has thirty years of experience in strategic leadership, planning and programme delivery with a proven track record in developing early start-up businesses with the potential for rapid growth. Mike has served as Chairman of Herefordshire and Worcestershire Learning and Skills Council where he oversaw £60 million of capital projects within the two Counties. He has also served as Chairman of Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce, Chairman of Herefordshire & Worcestershire Chamber of Commerce Investment Syndicate and as a fundraiser for The Royal National College for the Blind in Hereford.
Professor Edward Karol Sikora is a founder of the company and has more than forty years of experience as an oncologist treating patients worldwide. He is the Former Chief of the World Health Organisation’s Cancer Programme and is the founding team member and Clinical Director of Cancer Partners UK.