01/06/2018

Aperio Intelligence appoints Senior Advisory Board

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Aperio Intelligence is delighted to announce the appointment of three Senior Advisory Board members as part of its continued expansion and growth.  Adrian Ford, CEO and founder of Aperio Intelligence, said: “I am extremely pleased to welcome Kim Gozzett, José Ugaz and Sir Roger Tomkys to the advisory board of Aperio Intelligence.  Between them, they bring significant expertise and knowledge which will be invaluable as Aperio continues to develop and grow. Each of our advisory board members contributes a wealth of insight based on their distinguished careers, their knowledge of industries and local regions. They share our vision of a company dedicated to serving the best interests of our clients, and helping them navigate often difficult matters, effectively and considerately. The team at Aperio looks forward to working closely with our Senior Advisory Board.”

The Senior Advisory Board at Aperio Intelligence comprises:

  • Kim Gozzett, who is COO at the Pension Corporation Plc. Kim has substantial industry experience, having previously served as Managing Director of SG Hambros Trust Company for 17 years. She has held a wide range of non-executive director roles across multiple sectors.
  • José Ugaz is a lawyer by training and is the founding partner of Benitez & Ugaz, a first-class white-collar and criminal law practice in Peru. José has served as special prosecutor in a string of successful high-profile cases for corruption and human rights abuses against the former Peruvian president Alberto Fujimori. José is the former chair of Transparency International (2014-2017).
  • Sir Roger Tomkys is a retired British diplomat and former Master of Pembroke College, Cambridge. An Arabist, Sir Roger has a distinguished diplomatic career including postings in Jordan (1962-64), Bahrain (Ambassador, 1981-84), Syria (Ambassador, 1984-86) and Kenya (High Commissioner, 1990-92). Sir Roger is the former chair of the Arab British Chamber of Commerce (2004-10).