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Jeremy Isaacs

Founding Partner

JRJ Group

London, UK

Jeremy Isaacs

Biography

Jeremy Isaacs, CBE is a Founding Partner of JRJ Group a private equity firm founded in 2009.

The company is a growth-oriented investor & provides capital, deep operational expertise & expert strategic guidance to its portfolio companies.

A former stock market trader & senior investment banker, Jeremy also runs his own charitable trust The J Isaacs Charitable Trust.

Through various not-for-profit enterprises Jeremy puts his economic & capitalist skills to work via responsible & sustainable philanthropy.

In May 2019, Jeremy received a Doctor of Philosophy Honoris Causa from the Haifa University, Israel. He was also appointed CBE in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours for his services to the NHS.

Jeremy Isaacs’ Newsfeed

Marex Spectron Buys Marquee Oil as Consolidation Heats up

Marex has expanded aggressively since being taken private in 2010 by JRJ Ventures, the private equity group founded by former Lehman executives Roger Nagioff and Jeremy Isaacs. The past year saw Marex Spectron also solidify its ‎position across global commodities markets, including ‎seeing its volumes maintain the top spot on the London ‎Metal Exchange (LME), as well as on the LME Select ‎electronic platform. 

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Jeremy Isaacs: Lehman was the wrong option

Jeremy Isaacs started as a blue-button at Smith New Court (later acquired by Merrill Lynch in 1995), working on the London Stock Exchange as a trainee trader at one of the biggest stock jobbers. He was in at the start of equity options in the early 1980s. “No one had very detailed experience in trading options, and at a very young age I was better at it than most people, simply, I think, because I was quite numerate.”

Jeremy Isaacs’ Background

Founding Partner
Jan 2009 - Present
At JRJ Group, Jeremy is closely involved with the implementation and guidance of fund strategy, as well as the development and execution of portfolio company strategy. He is also central to the development and maintenance of JRJ Group’s extensive financial industry relationships with senior personnel across the institutional landscape, as well as with regulators and governments.
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Lehman Brothers
CEO for Europe, Middle East and Asia Pacific
May 1996 - Aug 2008
London, UK
Jeremy held senior executive positions beginning in 1996. He was appointed CEO for Europe & the Middle East in 1999 and was additionally named CEO of Asia-Pacific in 2000, (positions he held simultaneously until 2008).
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Other Business Interests

Chair of Trustees
Jan 2010 - Present
London, UK
Noah’s Ark Children’s Hospice is a community-based hospice service providing support for children and young people with life-limiting or life-threatening conditions and their families in North and Central London and Hertsmere.

Current Non-Executive Positions

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Landscape Acquisition Holdings Ltd
Board Member
Nov 2017 - Jan 2020
London, UK
A special purpose acquisition company.
Board of Directors
Feb 2016 - Present
London, UK
Nomad Foods is a leading packaged foods company who aim to build a global portfolio of best-in-class food companies and brands within the frozen category & across the broader food sector.
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Previous Non-Executive Positions

Advisory Board Member
Aug 2008 - Mar 2018
London, UK
Bridges Ventures invest in solutions to pressing social and environmental challenges via growth business, property, social business and outcomes contracts.
Non-Executive Director
Dec 2003 - Sep 2016
London, UK
We are an NHS Trust of 10,000 people, providing care for around a million people every year, in our five hospitals and a growing number of community services in north west London.
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Philanthropy

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The J Isaacs Charitable Trust
Trustee
Oct 1996 - Present
London, UK
Supporting general charitable purposes with a keen interest in health and wellbeing.

Jeremy Isaacs’ Education

Honorary Fellow