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Phil has worked in the Securities Industry for 49 years to Director level. He has over 20 years involvement with Stock Exchange Veterans Charity most of them as a Charity Steward. He has been proud to make a difference to 100’s of small to large charities supporting many humanitarian endeavours. He has held numerous not for profit board positions.
Trisha joined the Vets Committee in 2006 becoming the first female committee member in its history as she wanted to be able to continue her charitable good works supporting worthy causes by using her City background and events experience as its initial Communications Officer. Trisha subsequently became a Trustee and has served as the Vets Deputy Chair for the last couple of years, assuming the greater responsibility for organising the annual charity dinner and general operational oversight.
In 1998 Mike was asked by a good friend, Les Polden, to become Treasurer of the Stock Exchange Veterans Football Club, which took on charitable status three years later. His responsibilities include maintaining the books of account, preparing the Annual Accounts, the Trustees Annual Report, and the Charity Commission Annual Return, liaison with the auditor, presenting the accounts and other documents for approval at the AGM and submitting them to the Charity Commission.
Nick joined the Stock Exchange Veterans in 2016 as he was passionate about ensuring the legacy of the charity, which was close to his heart and his history, having started work in the City in 1983. Nick felt that SEV was the perfect charity for him to be aligned with, where he could give something back and see direct results through the charitable giving and funds he helped raise. Nick is the Charity Secretary and plays an active role in all aspects of this small charity.
Robin worked in the Securities Industry from 1973 up to director of trading level. He has been involved with the Stock Exchange Veterans charity for longer than he can recall as a supporter, volunteer, football captain, committee member and latterly, Charity Steward for around 20 years. He appreciates the importance of giving help to the those in need whilst maintaining and developing friendships throughout the financial community.
Lorne has worked on the London Stock Exchange for over 25 years, initially as a stockbroker and private client fund manager then for the last two decades as an equities research analyst in the technology sector. A Freeman of the City and a passionate supporter of charitable work and active in politics as a former local councillor and school governor, Lorne joined the Stock Exchange Veterans Committee in 2015, taking on the role of Secretary in 2016 and Communications Officer in 2018.