Stuart Roden

Until January 2019,  Stuart was Chairman of Lansdowne Partners and Chairman of the Management Committee having previously co-managed the developed Markets Fund at Lansdowne since its inception in 2001. Stuart started his career in the City in 1984, joining SG Warburg & Co, he worked at McKinsey and prior to joining Lansdowne in 2001, was a Managing Director of Merill Lynch Investment Managers.

Stuart is Chairman of Unlocking Potential as well as the Non-Executive Chairman of the Investment Committee of Marylebone Partners LLP, the Non-Executive Chairman of Hetz Ventures, the Non-Executive Chairman of Tresidor Investment Management and a member of The Jewish Care and Oxford Centre of Jewish and Hebrew Studies investment committees. Stuart also serves as a trustee for various other third sector organisations such as the National Gallery, The Centre for Social Justice and The Rabbi Sacks Foundation.

Stuart received a first-class honours degree in Economics (BSc) from the London School of Economics. He is married with four children and lives in London.