Active in London
Roland Rudd is the Founder and Chairman of Finsbury. Roland is also Chairman of Open Britain; Founding Chairman of Legacy10 - which aims to increase legacy gifts to charities; and leads the campaign for corporate partnerships on dementia for the Prime Minister and Secretary of State for Health. He is also Trustee of the Royal Opera House; Chairman of the Tate’s Corporate Advisory Group; Trustee for the Speakers for Schools programme; Trustee of the Garden Bridge Trust; Non-Executive Director of the Army Board; Member of the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Rare Disease Research Fundraising Appeal Board; Patron of the NSPCC; Member of the Centre for European Reform’s Advisory Board; and Governor of Wellington College. Before founding Finsbury, Roland was a financial journalist at the Financial Times, the Sunday Correspondent and the Times. He is a former policy coordinator for Lord Owen. At Oxford University he read philosophy and theology, as well serving as President of the Union. He is now a visiting Fellow at the University’s Centre for Corporate Reputation and an honorary Fellow at Oxford’s Regent’s College.