NHSCFA Board - register of interests

On this page you will find the declaration of interests made by members of the NHSCFA board.

Published: 03/10/2019

Tom Taylor Chair
Chairman and Audit & Risk Committee Member Wales Consumer Council for Water October 2015 – December 2018
Non Executive Board Member Department of Finance and NI Research & Statistics Agency Audit Committee Chair Norther Ireland Government September 2017 – August 2020
Independent Audit and Risk Committee Member Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs June 2018 – May 2021
Susan Frith Chief Executive Officer (Interim)
Matthew Jordan -Boyd Director of Finance and Corporate Governance
Jayne Scott Non-Executive Director and Audit & Risk Committee Chair
Self - Partner Scott Ross Partnership
Heathrow Airport Price Review
Board Member and ARC Chair Registers of Scotland
Deputy Chair Private Healthcare Information Network
Audit Committee Member Scotland Office and Office of the Advocate General
Board Member and ARC Chair Coal Authority
Chair Stakeholder Advisory Panel SGN
Trustee Perth and Kinross Countryside Trust
Member of Consumer Engagement Group
Energy North West Ltd Self Trustee Consumer Engagement Group
Carl Stychin Non-Executive Director
Director of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies and Professor of Law University of London
Lay Member of Council General Chiropractic Council
Lay Member of the Lifelong Learning Board Institute and Faculty of Actuaries
Member of the Board of Governance Nelson College London
External Examiner London School of Economics
Education Associate General Dental Council
Lay Chair of Education Visitor Council Panels General Optical Council
Member of the International Inner Assessment Board Irish Research Council
Professor of Law - City University of London
Martin Spencer Non-Executive Director Chair of the Remuneration and Nominations Committee, (REMCo)
Senior Vice-President NTT Data
Non-Executive Director Serious Fraud Office
Non-Executive Director Education and Skills Funding Agency
Companies House Self Non-Executive Director
Rachel MonaghanDirector of Performance & Improvement
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