Our Group Board

Tim Brandt

Tim Brandt, Director

Director

Appointed: April 2021 following the acquisition of G4S by Allied Universal

Career experience: Tim worked with Deloitte for 30 years, serving as an audit partner and as Managing Partner of the Orange County practice of Deloitte. As Managing Partner, Tim oversaw four key business areas: audit, tax, consulting, and advisory services. He also served as an advisory and audit partner on many of the practice’s key clients, serving both fast growing private and public companies. He specialised in mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and public debt offerings. From 2002 to 2005, Tim worked in Deloitte's Japan offices, serving global technology and consumer products clients based in Osaka, Japan.

Current external commitments: Tim is the Global CFO of Allied Universal

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Clare Chapman

David Buckman, Director

Director

Appointed: April 2021 following the acquisition of G4S by Allied Universal

Career experience: David has over 15 years of experience in the security industry and over 30 years of legal expertise. He served as an attorney with a large international law firm and as general counsel to the Sports and Entertainment Services Group of Aramark, a leading international provider of food, retail and support. David is the former Chair of the Board of the Pennsylvania College of Art & Design and is a board member of the Education Law Center of PA, and National Association of Security Companies (NASCO).  He holds a B.A. from Amherst College and a J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School. 

Current external commitments: David is responsible for all legal affairs for Allied Universal.

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board culture

Creating and maintaining an effective board culture is vital to ensuring good decision making, healthy debate and challenge and also to set the tone for the rest of the organisation.

selection process

A key element of the selection process for each new board member is to assess whether a particular candidate will bring the right level of challenge, independence and openness. The result is a board where members are both challenging but also supportive of each other.
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