Charles Scott Plummer
Waverton Investment Management
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Hugh Scott-Barrett

Capital & Regional plc

London, UK

Non Executive Chairman

Capital & Regional plc

Hugh Scott-Barrett


Hugh Scott-Barrett is Non Executive Chairman of Capital & Regional plc, having served as CEO from 2008 to 2017. He has recently stepped down as Chairman of the Board of Directors of GAM Holding, a leading independent asset manager. However, he remains as a Member of the Board of Directors until the next Annual General Meeting.

He was previously a member of ABN AMRO's Managing Board and served as Chief Operating Officer between 2003-2005 and Chief Financial Officer from 2006-2007.

Hugh was educated in Paris and at the University of Oxford. He is a carriage driver and member of the FEI Four in Hand World Championship winning team at the World Equestrian Games in Tryon and the FEI Driving World Cup in Bordeaux, both in 2018.

Hugh Scott-Barrett’s Newsfeed

GAM: CEO Shows (a Little) Modesty

Board member and proposed chairman Hugh Scott-Barrett pledges to personally oversee a comprehensive review of the group’s compensation structures and policies. The focus will be on the group management board individual and total compensation. Salary and bonuses will be monitored to ensure greater alignment with the long-term success of the business.

Capital & Regional Doubles Dividend As Profit Jumps 45% On Revaluation

This has been an important year for Capital & Regional...our entrepreneurial approach to acquisitions has enabled us to further showcase the depth of our asset management capabilities," said Chief Executive Hugh Scott-Barrett.

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Hugh Scott-Barrett’s Background

Non Executive Chairman
May 2017 - Present
London, UK
Capital & Regional is a business transformed following a major restructuring and £200 million acquisition of the Mall Shopping Centre Fund. One of the leading entrepreneurial retail property companies. C&R is a specialist REIT looking to add to its £1 billion portfolio of UK shopping centres.
Senior Advisor on bids for businesses in financial sector in UK & Europe
Sep 2007 - Mar 2008
London, UK
Founded in 1998, JC Flowers & Co is a leader in financial services investing and has a differentiated investment strategy. Seeking to capitalize on market inefficiencies due to regulatory change and asset complexity.
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Other Business Interests

Jan 2011 - Present
Salisbury, UK
The Southern Spinal Injuries Trust (SSIT) raises money to help people living with spinal cord injury in the South and South West of England and support The Duke of Cornwall Spinal Treatment Centre.
Jan 2008 - Present
Bristol, UK
The Soil Association is a charity founded in 1946. A leading food and farming organic certification body who work to save our soils and make good food the easy choice for everyone.

Current Non-Executive Positions

Member Of The Board Of Directors
Apr 2017 - Present
Zurich, CH
Hugh was Chairman of the Board of Directors until October 2019, however he is remaining as a Member of the Board of Directors until the next Annual General Meeting. GAM is a leading global independent asset management group with AUM of more than CHF 130 billion.
Non Executive Chairman
Jun 2017 - Present
London, UK
Capital & Regional is a UK-focussed specialist property REIT with a strong track record of delivering value enhancing retail and leisure asset management opportunities across a £1billion portfolio of in-town dominant community shopping centres.
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Previous Non-Executive Positions

Non Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee
Mar 2011 - Jun 2017
Chichester, UK
The Goodwood Estate is in the heart of West Sussex and is home to the world famous Festival of Speed, Goodwood Revival and Glorious Goodwood.
Board Member, 750th Anniversary Appeal
Jan 2009 - May 2013
Oxford, UK
Merton College is one of the colleges of the University of Oxford in England. Its foundation can be traced back to the 1260s.
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Hugh Scott-Barrett’s Education

BA Hons, Modern History
1977 - 1980
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1977 - 1977
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