Until January 2019, Stuart Roden was Chairman of Lansdowne Partners and Chairman of the Management Committee, having previously co-managed the Developed Markets funds since their inception in 2001.
He is a non-Executive Chairman of Tresidor Investment Management, a General Partner of Hetz Ventures, Chairman of the charity Unlocking Potential and a trustee of various third sector organisations including The National Gallery, The Centre for Social Justice and The Rabbi Sacks Foundation. He is non-Executive Chairman of the Investment Committee of Marylebone Partners LLP and Chairman of the Jewish Care and Oxford Centre for Jewish and Hebrew Studies Investment Committees.
Stuart started his career in the City of London in 1984 joining SG Warburg & Co and, prior to joining Lansdowne in 2001, was a Managing Director of Merrill Lynch Investment Managers.
Stuart received a first class honours degree in Economics (BSc) from the London School of Economics.