Schroder UK Public Private Trust Plc
Please join portfolio managers, Ben Wicks and Tim Creed, for a webconference in which they will discuss the annual results for Schroder UK Public Private Trust for the period ending 31 December 2019. The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session.
The webconference will take place 14 May 2020 at 10:00 am.
- Tim Creed, Portfolio Manager, Head of European Private Equity
Tim Creed is the Head of Investments Europe. Tim is a member of Schroder Adveq's Management Committee and a member of the Investment Committee. He is also on the advisory boards of several leading European buyout and turnaround fund managers.
Prior to joining Schroder Adveq in 2004, Tim worked as a Project Manager at Aon in London, UK, having previously spent five years at Accenture in Strategy Consulting and Operations Consulting, where he worked mostly with financial services companies across Europe. Tim started his career as a Research Chemist at Astra Zeneca, also in the UK. From 2002 to 2007, Tim held a part time position as an Executive Public member of Network Rail in the UK.
Tim holds a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry from the University of Edinburgh, where he graduated with first class honors and an MBA from Oxford University, UK, where he was the Clifford H. Barclay Scholar.
In December 2019, Tim was selected as one of “50 Most Influential People in European Private Equity” by Financial News / Private Equity News.
- Ben Wicks, Portfolio Manager, Head of Data Insights and Research Innovation
Ben is head of Data Insights and Research Innovation for the Schroders group, based in London. His responsibilities include directing and overseeing the development of a cutting edge data science resource to supplement and enhance Schroders fundamental research processes and fund manager tools
Prior to this, Ben was a fund manager for Schroders’ Global Climate Change strategy and a Global Sector Specialist with the Global & International Equity team with responsibility for energy. Ben initially joined Schroders as a graduate analyst with Schroders’ Pan European research team. He later became a global basic materials specialist and worked as a an EAFE portfolio manager. Ben left Schroders in 2005 to work for the UK Civil Service before returning in 2013. Ben holds an MA (Hons) from Oxford University in History and Modern Languages (French)