Andrew Law is the Chairman and CEO of Caxton Associates, a global macro hedge fund founded in 1983. Andrew attended Cheadle Hulme High School, from 1977-1984, and subsequently graduated from Sheffield University, with a First Class Honours Degree in Economics. He spent his early career at County NatWest and Chemical Bank, before joining Goldman Sachs in 1996 where he was a Managing Director, heading FICC proprietary trading.
Andrew joined the London office of Caxton Associates in 2003, was appointed Chief Investment Officer globally in early 2008, and to his current position effective January 2012.
Andrew and his wife, Zoë, founded the Law Family Charitable Foundation in 2011. He also serves as Chairman of Speakers for Schools.
Philip Mould OBE
Philip is an English art dealer and art historian, specialising in British portraits. He also works as a broadcaster, journalist and writer on art. He is known for his role on the BBC TV show Fake or Fortune? Philip Mould began art dealing in his early teens and has since built up an international business specialising in early British art and portraiture, a subject on which he is internationally consulted.
He recently celebrated his 30th anniversary in the art business. Dubbed the ‘Art Sleuth’ by journalists for a string of notable art discoveries, his finds include the lost half of Gainsborough’s earliest known work, the only portrait of Prince Arthur Tudor and five lost works by Van Dyck.
For twenty years he was art adviser to the Palace of Westminster for whom he found around 200 historical and political works in far flung corners of the globe, as well as advising on political commissions (for which he received the OBE in 2003).
Philip Moss is an education specialist with the New School Network with comprehensive knowledge of the policy and legislative framework of schools, Academies and Education and Children’s Services.
He has a proven and successful track record of leading education commissioning and school transformation – in particular through the development of a number of innovative academy proposals and school improvement initiatives.
He is currently a self-employed interim manager, project manager and consultant for a range of clients.