Register of Interests - Members of the House of Lords

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Total results 808 (page 7 of 41)
Lord Campbell of Pittenweem
Liberal Democrat
Life peer
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • The member receives fees from participation in BBC current affairs broadcasts which collectively may exceed the registration threshold over the course of a calendar year
  • Member, Faculty of Advocates (non-practising)
Category 8: Gifts, benefits and hospitality
  • Honorary life membership of National Liberal Club
  • Emeritus membership of the Reform Club, London
  • From to time the member receives hospitality from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Defence and Security Issues
    which over the course of the calendar year exceeds the registration threshold of £300
  • From to time the member receives hospitality from the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Japan which over the course of the calendar year exceeds the registration threshold of £300
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Honorary President (formerly Director), European Leadership Network
  • Arbitrator, Court of Arbitration for Sport (no payments are currently received) (interest ceased 11 May 2022)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Chancellor, University of St Andrews
Category 10: Non-financial interests (c)
  • Honorary President, Scottish Fisheries Museum
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Vice President, NATO Parliamentary Assembly
  • Ambassador, The HALO Trust (charity engaged in mine clearance and conflict prevention)
Baroness Campbell of Surbiton
Crossbench
Life peer
Category 6: Sponsorship
  • Funding received from CARE International UK via ND YET UK Limited (NDYUK) to pay for parliamentary researcher two days a week
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Director, ND YET UK Limited (NDYUK) (company limited by guarantee) (campaign organisation)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Trustee, The Civil Liberties Trust and Director of associated company
Lord Campbell-Savours
Labour
Life peer
Category 4: Shareholdings (b)
  • Model T Finance Company (banking)
The Lord Archbishop of Canterbury
Bishops
Bishops
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • In receipt of episcopal stipend
  • President, Responsible Investment Advisory Council, BMO Global Asset Management (formerly Chair, Committee of Reference, Stewardship Investment Funds (owned by Friends Life plc, managed by F&C Asset Management plc))
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Chancellor, Canterbury Christ Church University
  • Visitor, King's College, London
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • President, The Children’s Society
  • President, Friends of Anglican Centre, Rome
  • President, Church Lads' and Church Girls' Brigade
  • President, Friends of Canterbury Cathedral
  • President, Kent County Association of Change Ringers
  • President, Livability
  • Vice President, Church Army
  • Vice President, Royal National College for the Blind
  • Vice President, Crisis
  • Vice President, Demelza Hospice Care for Children
  • President, Feeding Britain
  • President, Industrial Christian Fellowship
  • President, Melanesian Mission UK
  • President, Royal School of Church Music
  • President, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
  • Elector, St Augustine’s Foundation
  • Elector, St Christopher’s Educational Trust
  • President, Church Urban Fund (incorporating Just Finance Foundation and Near Neighbours)
  • Trustee, Poor Vicars’ Charity
  • Visitor, Woodard Corporation (charity)
  • Ethical Adviser, Association of Corporate Treasurers
Lord Carey of Clifton
Crossbench
Life peer
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Adviser to Dr. Handa, Handa Shinto Foundation, Japan
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Co-founder and Chairman, World Faiths Development Dialogue (WFDD)
Lord Carlile of Berriew
Crossbench
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • Director, SC Strategy Limited (SC Strategy was formed in late 2012 by Lord Carlile and Sir John Scarlett KCMG OBE to provide strategic advice on UK foreign policy and public policy, regulation, and business practice, and includes the specific purpose of providing such advice and guidance to potential inward investors; Lord Carlile takes no part in any parliamentary proceedings relating to any client) (clients include Government of Qatar and its sovereign wealth fund)
  • Chairman, Astute Strategy Ltd (investment project concerning Liverpool)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Practising barrister (Queen's Counsel)
  • Former Deputy High Court Judge and Recorder (retired 31 December 2014)
  • Proprietor, Carlile Consulting (journalism, broadcasting, lecturing etc)
  • Chairman, Lloyd's Enforcement Board (Lloyd's of London) (interest ceased 31 October 2021 - notified 11 April 2022)
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • SC Strategy Limited
  • Astute Strategy Ltd
  • Living and Dying Well Limited
Category 4: Shareholdings (b)
  • Wynnstay Group plc (agricultural manufacturers/merchants)
  • SC Strategy Ltd (see category 1)
  • Astute Strategy Ltd (investment project concerning Liverpool)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Director, Living and Dying Well Limited (not-for-profit company)
  • Adviser, TransteknIQ Ltd (unremunerated but 7% of voting shares held by member) (company has been established to provide technology to assist with detection and evidence of crime, using technology such as automated electronic systems held by public and private sectors)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Deputy Chief Steward, City of Hereford
Category 10: Non-financial interests (c)
  • Chairman and Trustee, The White Ensign Association Limited and Director of associated company (interest as Chairman ceased 31 March 2022)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Chairman, WeAreWithYou (formerly Addaction) (drug and alcohol treatment registered charity)
  • President, Royal Medical Foundation of Epsom College
The Lord Bishop of Carlisle
Bishops
Bishops
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • In receipt of episcopal stipend
Category 5: Land and property
  • House in Milton, Cambridgeshire
Category 6: Sponsorship
  • My PA, Chaplain and Secretary are all paid by the Church Commissioners; their work is primarily diocesan but extends to supporting my work in the House
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Associate, The Faculty of Public Health (registered charity)
  • Trustee (Co-chair), Rose Castle Foundation
Lord Carrington of Fulham
Conservative
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • Director, CarringtonCrisp Limited (marketing and branding consultants) (see also category 4(a))
  • Independent Non-executive Director, Aston Martin Lagonda Global Holdings plc (interest ceased 25 May 2021)
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • CarringtonCrisp Limited
Category 4: Shareholdings (a)
  • 50 per cent holding in CarringtonCrisp Limited (marketing and branding consultants)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Non-executive Director, Arab-British Chamber of Commerce
  • President, British Antique Dealers Association (BADA)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Trustee, St John's Notting Hill (London W11) Church Restoration Fund
Lord Carrington
Crossbench
Excepted Hereditary
Category 1: Directorships
  • Director, Rupert Carington Ltd (business consultancy) (the member is also a director of the following companies, the remuneration for which is paid to Rupert Carington Ltd: SETE Technical Services SA (project management); SETE Energy Saudia for Industrial Project Ltd (project management); Alger Associates Inc (fund management); Alger Associates Ltd (fund distribution); Viridis Real Estate Services Ltd (property management))
  • Director, Carington Estates Ltd (property management)
  • Director, Ichabod Enterprises Ltd (property management)
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • Rupert Carington Ltd
  • Carington Estates Ltd
  • Ichabod Enterprises Ltd
Category 4: Shareholdings (a)
  • Rupert Carington Ltd (business consultancy)
  • Carington Estates Ltd (property management)
  • Ichabod Enterprises Ltd (property management)
Category 5: Land and property
  • Agricultural land and cottages at High Wycombe, Dunton, Drayton Parslow and Deeping St Nicholas
  • Moulsoe Buildings Farm, Moulsoe
  • Manor House Farm Partnership, Bledlow and High Wycombe
Category 9: Miscellaneous financial interests
  • Life interest in a trust owning land and buildings in Ovington Square, London SW3; Castlethorpe; Deeping St Nicholas; Moulsoe
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Director, The Cressex Co-operative Learning Trust (member represents Buckinghamshire Council on Trust which assists Cressex Community School to establish and manage relationships with educational partners in the area)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (c)
  • Governor, Royal Shakespeare Company
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Trustee, Carrington Charitable Trust
  • Trustee, Lord Carrington's 1963 Settlement
  • Co Patron, The Sheppey Heritage Trust Limited
Lord Carter of Barnes
Non-affiliated
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • Informa plc (Academic Publishing, Information Services and Events)
  • Non-executive Director, United Utilities plc (water and wastewater service)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Group CEO, Informa plc (Academic Publishing, Information Services and Events)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Chairman, Henley Festival Limited
  • Board Member, PA Media Group (Informa holds 17% stake)
Lord Carter of Coles
Labour
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • Director, JKHC Ltd (business services)
  • Director, Glenholme Healthcare Group Ltd
  • Director, The Freehold Corporation Ltd (property; real estate)
  • Director, Primary Group Limited, Bermuda (insurance and reinsurance services)
  • Director, Glenholme Wrightcare Ltd (residential nursing care facilities)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Chair, Health Services Laboratories LLP
  • Non-executive Director, NHS Improvement (Monitor)
  • Chair, Primary Group Limited and Primary Group (UK) Limited (insurance and reinsurance services)
  • Member, Scientific Advisory Board, Naitive Technologies Ltd (experimental development on natural sciences and engineering)
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • JKHC Ltd
  • Cafao Ltd
Category 4: Shareholdings (a)
  • JKHC Ltd (business services)
  • The Glenholme Healthcare Group Ltd (care and rehabilitation centres)
  • Cafao Ltd (see category 10(a))
  • The Freehold Corporation Ltd (property; real estate)
Category 4: Shareholdings (b)
  • Johnson & Johnson (retail)
  • Unilever plc (retail) (interest ceased 30 November 2021 – notified 5 May 2022)
  • Visa Inc (financial)
  • Activision Blizzard Inc (entertainment company) (interest ceased 24 July 2021 - notified 9 December 2021)
  • AIA Group Ltd (insurance)
  • Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (retail)
  • Alphabet Inc (multinational conglomerate)
  • Amazon.com Inc (retail)
  • American Tower (manufacturing)
  • Amphenol Corp (manufacturing)
  • ASML Holding NV (manufacturing)
  • Berkshire Hathaway Inc (financial)
  • Chr Hansen Holding A/S (pharmaceutical) (interest ceased 6 January 2022 – notified 5 May 2022)
  • Danaher Corp (science and tech)
  • Discover Financial Services (financial)
  • Ecolab Inc (health)
  • Essilor International (health)
  • Meta Platforms Inc (formerly Facebook Inc) (media)
  • First Republic Bank/CA (financial)
  • Halma plc (tech)
  • HDFC Bank Ltd (financial)
  • Hexagon AB-B SHS (tech)
  • IDEX Corp (manufacturing)
  • Intuit Inc (science and tech)
  • L'Oreal SA (manufacturing and retail)
  • Medtronic plc (health)
  • Microsoft Corp (tech)
  • Roper Technologies Inc (manufacturing)
  • Sampo OYJ (financial) (interest ceased 13 October 2021 - notified 9 December 2021)
  • Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company Limited (science and tech)
  • Tencent Holdings Ltd (science and tech)
  • UnitedHealth Group Inc (health)
  • US Bancorp (financial)
  • Reckitt Benckiser Group plc (household products) (interest ceased 16 August 2021 - notified 9 December 2021)
  • Netflix Inc (technology)
  • Constellation Software Inc (software)
  • Mettler Toledo (manufacturer of scales and analytical instruments)
  • Adobe Inc (technology)
  • Apple Inc (technology)
  • CSL Ltd (technology)
  • Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc (financial)
  • ServiceNow Inc (technology)
  • Nike Inc (retail)
  • GW Pharmaceuticals plc (medical) (interest ceased 19 May 2021 - notified 9 December 2021)
  • SG WOF Phoenix Plus Note (financial)
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc (biotechnology)
  • Wisdomtree Physical Swiss Gold (commodity)
  • Colgate Palmolive Co (consumer products)
  • Croda International plc (chemicals)
  • Sherwin-Williams Company (paint and coating manufacturing)
  • Topicus.com Inc (software)
  • The Freehold Investment Corporation 1A Ltd (letting and operating of own or leased real estate)
  • The Freehold Investment Corporation 1B Ltd (letting and operating of own or leased real estate)
  • The Freehold Investment Corporation 2A Ltd (letting and operating of own or leased real estate)
  • The Freehold Investment Corporation 2B Ltd (letting and operating of own or leased real estate)
  • London Stock Exchange Group plc (stock exchange and financial information company)
Category 5: Land and property
  • Villa in France
  • Farms, farmland, residential and tourist activities in Hertfordshire
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Director, The Freehold Acquisition Corporation Ltd (property; real estate)
  • Director, Cafao Ltd (member's own company which takes care of his family office matters)
  • Director, The Freehold Financing Corporation Ltd (property and real estate)
  • Director, Glenholme Senior Living (Bispham Gardens) Ltd (nursing home)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Member, Palace of Westminster Restoration and Renewal Sponsor Board (appointed by House of Lords)
Baroness Casey of Blackstock
Crossbench
Life peer
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Chair and Co-Founder, Institute of Global Homelessness (interest ceased 31 December 2021 - notified 11 May 2022)
  • The member is undertaking the Independent Review of the events surrounding the UEFA Euro 2020 Final, commissioned by the Football Association (interest ceased 3 December 2021 - notified 31 January 2022)
  • Member, KPMG Diversity and Inclusion Board (interest ceased 31 December 2021 - notified 11 May 2022)
  • Member, Advisory Group, Offensive Weapons Homicide Review for the Home Office by Crest Advisory (interest ceased 30 November 2021 - notified 31 January 2022)
  • The member chaired a London Housing Foundation event on Prison Leavers and Homelessness, 20 September 2021
  • Chair, Independent Review of standards and internal culture in the Metropolitan Police (commissioned by Metropolitan Police Service)
  • Speaking engagement, 1 December 2021, Chief Executive Dinner, Penna, London
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Chair, Community and Voluntary Service Honours Committee, Cabinet Office
  • Chair, Honours Diversity and Inclusion Group, Cabinet Office (interest ceased 28 February 2022 - notified 11 May 2022)
  • Visiting Professor, King's College London
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Ambassador, The Trussell Trust (charity aiming to end hunger and use of foodbanks in the UK)
  • Expert Panellist, The Commission on Young Lives (charity aiming to stop vulnerable children from falling into the hands of gangs and criminals and serious violence)
  • Member, Steering Group, the Together Campaign (coalition aiming to build more connected communities by bringing people together and bridging divides) (interest ceased 31 December 2021 - notified 11 May 2022)
  • Trustee, The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund (grant making organisation aiming to transform lives and build sustainable communities)
  • A Vice-President, Local Government Association
  • Co-founder and Advisory Board Member, Institute of Global Homelessness
Lord Cashman
Labour
Life peer
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Royalties arising from previous acting career (with BBC and ITV) and secondary sales including DVDs
  • In receipt of payments from Bloomsbury Publishing for book entitled 'One of Them: From Albert Square to Parliament Square' published 6 February 2020
  • Speaking engagement, 17 June 2021, virtual seminar and question and answer session for Boies Schiller Flexner (UK); fee donated to The Paul Cottingham Trust (notified 9 November 2021)
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • Barge Wharf Management Limited (real estate)
Category 9: Miscellaneous financial interests
  • The member is in receipt of a contributory pension from the European Parliament
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Trustee, The Paul Cottingham Trust (charitable trust)
  • Trustee, Evelyn Norris Trust (charitable trust)
  • Vice President, Campaign for Homosexual Equality (CHE)
  • Trustee, Neighbours In Poplar (charity)
Earl Cathcart
Conservative
Excepted Hereditary
Category 1: Directorships
  • Vivien Greenock Ltd (design company)
  • Director, Spring Garden Eggs Ltd (private family-owned egg production company)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Underwriter at Lloyd's (writing a broad spread of insurance business including: marine; property; liability; aviation; motor; life; reinsurance)
Category 5: Land and property
  • Woodland, farming and residential properties in Norfolk and London
Baroness Cavendish of Little Venice
Crossbench
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • Director, Extra Time Partners Limited (member's own company owned 100 per cent by member providing strategic advice)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Member, Authors' Licensing and Collecting Society
  • Broadcasting work for BBC
  • Work for The Financial Times (regular weekly columnist), BBC and Daily Mail; the payments for which over the course of a calendar year exceed the registration threshold
  • Temporary adviser, Department of Health and Social Care (unremunerated but a specific project on reform of social care is remunerated)
  • Member, Advisory Board, Phoenix Institute (part of Phoenix Group Holdings plc)
  • Adviser, InHealth Ventures Ltd (healthcare)
  • Speaking engagement, 11 June 2021, online event for Nestlé
  • Speaking engagement, 13 September 2021, Institute of Workplace & Facilities Management, London
  • Speaking engagement, 5 October 2021, LaingBuisson Social Care and Retirement Living Conference, London
  • Speaking engagement, 3 November 2021, ARCO (Associated Retirement Community Operators), London (payment received 28 January 2022)
  • Speaking engagement, 3 March 2022, online speech for Eurofoundation
  • Speaking engagement, 8 March 2022, online speech for Total Energies
  • Speaking engagement, 28 April 2022, Wealth Manager Investment Conference, London
Category 4: Shareholdings (a)
  • Extra Time Partners Limited (member's own company owned 100 per cent by member providing strategic advice)
Category 4: Shareholdings (b)
  • Morgan Stanley (financial services)
Category 5: Land and property
  • Flat in Wandsworth and flat in Hammersmith, London
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Senior Fellow, Mossavar-Rahmani Centre for Business and Government at Harvard Kennedy School
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Member of Advisory Board, HelpForce (charity)
  • Chair, Frontline (social work charity) (interest ceased 31 October 2021 – notified 26 February 2022)
  • Commissioner, Commission for Smart Government (independent initiative to consider how to make public administration more effective)
Lord Chadlington
Conservative
Life peer
Category 1: Directorships
  • The Chadlington Consultancy Limited (member's own company owned 50 per cent by member and 50 per cent by spouse (formerly owned 100 per cent by member); management and communications consultancy)
  • Chairman and Director, GPW (strategic intelligence throughout the business cycle)
  • Director, Sumner Group Holdings (holding company with current interests primarily in Peruvian mining, agriculture and healthcare services) (interest ceased 31 July 2021 - notified 10 May 2022)
  • Director, Chadlington Unlimited (member's own company; dormant)
  • Director, Ten Digital Limited (member's own company; dormant)
  • Director, Rude Health Consulting (health communications company)
  • Non-executive Director, Power by BritishVolt Limited (batteries for electric cars)
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Member, International Advisory Board (Bahrain), Equilibrium Gulf Ltd (provision of geo-strategic advice to governments and companies)
  • Portion of royalties from book called 'Head of State' are paid to the Chadlington Consultancy by the publisher, The Blair Partnership
  • Founder, The Chadlington Consultancy Limited
Category 3: Person with significant control of a company (PSC)
  • The Chadlington Consultancy Limited
  • Chadlington Unlimited (dormant company)
  • Ten Digital Limited (dormant company)
Category 4: Shareholdings (a)
  • The Chadlington Consultancy Limited (member's own company owned 50 per cent by member and 50 per cent by spouse (formerly owned 100 per cent by member); management and communications consultancy)
  • Chadlington Unlimited (member's own company; dormant)
  • Ten Digital Limited (member's own company; dormant)
  • Immersive Labs (cybersecurity company)
Category 4: Shareholdings (b)
  • Station 12 (venture capital company)
  • BizEquity (online business valuation)
  • GPW (strategic intelligence throughout the business cycle)
  • AllBright (funding platform for female entrepreneurs)
  • Sumner Group Holdings (holding company with current interests primarily in Peruvian mining, agriculture and healthcare services)
  • Rude Health Consulting (health communications company)
  • MACHEMC2 Ltd (data protection company)
  • Houbara (communications consultancy)
  • Power by BritishVolt Limited (batteries for electric cars)
  • Sward Technology Limited (carbon renewal credits)
Category 5: Land and property
  • A cottage in Warwickshire CV35
  • A property in London W1
Category 6: Sponsorship
  • My private office assists me from time to time in relation to miscellaneous communications emanating from my position in the House of Lords
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Chairman, Hill Hay Saddle Limited (management company for block of flats in which member has a flat)
  • Director, Conservative Party Foundation Limited
  • Chairman, Houbara (communications consultancy)
  • Member, Advisory Board, Lomond Group (PR firm)
Category 10: Non-financial interests (e)
  • Trustee, Atlantic Partnership
  • Trustee, Soberistas Futures (research and education in relation to alcohol misuse)
  • Trustee, Action Against Gambling Harms
  • Life President, Action on Addiction (charity)
Baroness Chakrabarti
Labour
Life peer
Category 2: Remunerated employment, office, profession etc.
  • Barrister (non-practising)
  • The Wylie Agency represents the member in connection with her published newspaper and other articles
  • Advance fee received from Penguin Press for new book, 27 April 2022
Category 6: Sponsorship
  • Door Tenancy (receipt of post and email and occasional use of meeting rooms) from 39 Essex Chambers, London WC2A 1DD
  • The member receives research support from a PhD student from King’s College London, as part of a training scheme for which the student receives a stipend
Category 10: Non-financial interests (a)
  • Visiting Professor of Practice, London School of Economics
Category 10: Non-financial interests (b)
  • Master of the Bench, Honorary Society of the Middle Temple
Category 10: Non-financial interests (d)
  • Council Member, JUSTICE
Total results 808 (page 7 of 41)