Sue Ryder has appointed a new Scotland based Trustee, who brings strong experience of working as a non-executive in health. With a senior City background, Andrew Richmond brings experience of engaging with wide ranging communities and leaders in Scotland, bringing a wide range of skills to the Board. As a National charity, Sue Ryder has a highly regarded service in Aberdeen, delivering services from the recently built, Dee View Court.
Andrew was a number one rated healthcare and smaller companies analyst enjoying a wide ranging career in London in stockbroking, fund management and private equity. His non-executive positions have included being Deputy Chair of the Scottish Ambulance Service, sitting on the Board of NHS Tayside and Chairing hub North Scotland, an infrastructure procurement specialist delivering properties for both the NHS and Local Authorities. He has also Chaired the Angus Community Health Partnership (CHP) and sat on the Court of the University of Dundee where he Chaired the Finance and Resources Committee.
He currently Chair’s Frontier IP Group PLC which is a London Stock Exchange Alternative Investment Market (AIM) traded Intellectual Property (IP) specialist, is a member of the Management Board of the Caledonia Housing Association (CHA) and is a Trustee of Scotland’s Charity Air Ambulance
Andrew has an MA in Economics and Accounting from the University of Edinburgh and is an Associate of the Society of Investment Professionals (ASIP).