Former Barclays CFO Naguib Kheraj has
joined the investment committee of the Wellcome Trust.
With £14bn under its management and heavyweight investors such as former
Hermes head Alastair Ross Goobey and Newton Investment founder Stewart Newton,
the trust is the UK’s biggest charity and the world’s second largest endowment
Kheraj stepped down form his position at the bank in March but remained to
assist with the failed takeover attempt for
ABN Amro, the FT reported. He had
a 10-year-career with the bank in its investment and institutional asset
Other senior executives who recently joined the Trust’s committee also
include former CE of Bradford & Bingley Rod Kent and management consultant
Tim Church of McKinsey.
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