James Stewart, OBE
James is Vice Chair and Head of Brexit, Industrial Strategy, Productivity and Growth responsible for Industrial Strategy, geo-politics and Brexit at KPMG. Prior to this he was Head of Global Infrastructure at KPMG. Before joining KPMG, James was based in the Treasury as the CEO at Infrastructure UK (IUK) and Managing Director of Project Finance and Global Head of Infrastructure and Environment at Hambros and Société Generale.
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Nasrin is the founder of PFP, Director of EP Global Energy, Program Director of EPGE’s DREAM initiative. Prior to joining EP Global Energy she was founder of her own executive coaching business and a senior manager at Accenture.
Trudie Roiz de Sa
Trudie is a Manager in KPMG’s Vice Chairs Office, working directly for James Stewart, Vice Chair and Head of Brexit, Industrial Strategy, Productivity and Growth. She is an experienced project manager specialising in global strategy, learning & development and change management, and qualified in CIMA and PRINCE2. Trudie studied Social Policy & Sociology at the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Jeremy is a Director in KPMG’s Infrastructure Practice. He was Chief Operating Officer Corporate Finance at KPMG (UK) for 5 years. Prior to joining KPMG Jeremy was a Project Finance Director at Lloyds TSB Bank Plc.
Perez is founder and CEO of SACOMA, a UK-based NGO dedicated to enabling business growth strategies and expansion for Swahili speaking peoples and SMEs in the UK and Africa, working with UK agencies and local & national Governments. SACOMA reaches out to over 20,000 people and has several trading companies in the UK and overseas. Perez is a Chartered Accountant, a Chartered Director, a qualified fundraiser, business advisor, coach and mentor, and an SFEDI approved consultant for Business Link London
Sandy is a founding Partner at Lux Nova Partners LLP. She advises on clean and low carbon energy development and is active in policy development and transformational models for local energy generation and supply. Her experience includes advising, and acting on, development of the first utility scale wind and solar farms in Jordan and working on two of the UK’s largest, low-carbon district heating schemes. Sandy was previously at Temple Bright LLP and Nabarro LLP.
David is a senior partner at Gordon Dadds LLP, specializing in family and matrimonial law, divorce and family disputes, and the financial ramifications of relationship breakdowns. He also has expertise in private children work. David was previously at Speechly Bircham and Druces & Attlee.
Tidings is an experienced Banking & Finance professional, having spent over 20 years working for top global investment banks both in developing and developed markets. He is passionate about advancing and empowering underdeveloped communities to achieve a transferable and sustainable future for themselves.
Janine Edwards is Commercial Director for the Foundation for Social Improvement (FS), a charity dedicated to improving effectiveness, accountability and sustainability of small charities. She leads FSI’s commercial and business development activities. Her team works with hundreds of charities to develop strategies and business plans, strengthen their governance, measure their impact (including social return on investment), facilitate partnerships and improve fundraising and earned income strategies. Janine is qualified to teach adults, has qualifications in Law and Psychology, and is an accredited Social Return on Investment Practitioner with Social Value UK.
Treasurer PFP Trust Kenya
Robert is a qualified Certified Public Accountant of Kenya, working extensively with the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions. He is an Audit Partner in a Firm of Certified Public Accountants and has wide experience in Audit, International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS), Tax Advisory Services, Compliance, VAT, Income Tax and Customs. Robert is a Member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Kenya.
Chair of PFP Trust Kenya
Nuru is Managing Partner of HMS Advocates LLP in Kenya. She is experienced in privatization, securitization, acquisitions and Joint Ventures. She holds an LLB from the University of Nairobi, a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from Kenya School of Law and is pursuing a Masters degree in Corporate Governance and Financial Services Law. She is a Member of Kenya’s Law Society, the Advocates Benevolent Association, and the bar of Advocates in the High Court.
Secretary of PFP Trust Kenya
Alibhai Hassan is a Partner at HMS Advocates in Kenya, with wide experience in Civil and Commercial litigation. He also has significant experience in other aspects of litigation including Employment and Labour disputes, landlord and tenant, public procurement, intellectual property among many others.