T. Bailey Holdings Limited
The T. Bailey Holdings Limited Board meets at least four times a year to oversee and challenge the activities of TBFS within the context of the current risk appetite and business strategy.
This group also oversees the T. Bailey Asset Management Board, the sister company of TBFS.
Nicholas Forman Hardy, Non Executive Group Chairman
The Forman Hardy family have owned and run businesses in the East Midlands for over 150 years; a tradition which Nicholas is keen to uphold. In addition to overseeing T. Bailey and a range of other businesses on behalf of the family, Nicholas is Chairman of Trustees of the Forman Hardy Holdings Pension Trust and of the Forman Hardy Charitable Trust.
Peter Letley, Group Chief Executive Officer
Peter joined T. Bailey as Chief Executive Officer in 2009, bringing with him a wealth of operational and governance experience within the financial services industry including senior positions at HSBC and CIBC. Peter Chair's the TBFS Risk Committee. Away from T. Bailey Peter has served on boards of various charities including Housing 21, WPF Therapy, CIBC Children’s Foundation and is currently Chair at VoiceAbility.
Michael Hughes, Non Executive Director
Michael has been a T. Bailey Non Executive Director since April 2009. He began his career in investment over 40 years ago, as an economist for the BP Pension Fund and has held roles at the most senior levels with BZW Securities, Barclays Capital and Baring Asset Management during his professional life. He continues to provide advisory support in a non executive capacity for a range of financial and not for profit organisations and received a CBE for services to the financial industry in 1998.
Quentin Baer, Non Executive Director
Quentin Baer has been a Non Executive Director of T. Bailey since February 2007. He originally worked in investment banking with Samuel Montagu and HSBC and subsequently founded an operations management consulting firm which grew to more than $50 million of revenues. He is now chairman or director of a number of private companies in the technology and professional services sectors.