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Nick Greenstock

Co-Founder & CEO

Gatehouse Advisory Partners

London, UK

Nick Greenstock


Nick Greenstock, Co-Founder and CEO of Gatehouse Advisory Partners, works with Group CEOs, Chairmen and the respective Heads of Strategy, Risk and Corporate Affairs to better connect businesses to the global environment. The company draws on its vast experience of international affairs from a large network of expert consultants.

As the primary contact for the Gatehouse expert network of over 500 contributors, Nick works with governments, businesses and civil society to identify and interpret critical geopolitical themes.

Nick has a broad corporate knowledge and previously worked for RBS in Business Development for eight years after playing professional rugby for London Irish, Harlequins and London Wasps.

Alongside many charitable affiliations Nick also serves as Assistant Secretary to the England Rugby Internationals Club, which is the honorary association for all current and ex-England players.

Nick graduated with a BA (Hons) in Geography from Royal Holloway, University of London whilst playing for London Wasps.

Nick Greenstock’s Newsfeed

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The Trump-Boris Johnson relationship is set to get a key test at G-7 meeting


“I don’t think they have a relationship that is so close that it can wear friction,” Nick Greenstock, a co-founder of the London-based geopolitical consulting firm GateHouse Advisory Partners, said. “And I suspect given the nature of both characters, which is impulsive, they're going to find ways to bump into and aggravate one another.”

Nick Greenstock’s Background

Co-Founder & CEO
2010 - Present
London, UK
Gatehouse is a geopolitical advisory firm, founded in 2010 by Sir Jeremy Greenstock, Sir David Manning and Nick Greenstock. Gatehouse works with clients to identify & interpret political, social & market trends, focusing on performance implications.
Head of Development, Private Banking
2005 - 2010
London, UK
Nick was responsible for client acquisition, for RBS's UK Retail Private Banking businesses. Incorporating RBS & NatWest Private Banking, Drummonds, Child & Co and RBS's own Independent Financial Planning business.
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Other Business Interests

2003 - 2004
London, UK
Nick joined London Irish as the only part-time professional in the Premiership, playing at weekends, whilst working for RBS during the week.
1999 - 2003
London, UK
Nick played in Powergen Cup final in 2001 (losing late to Newcastle) and winning the European Shield in extra-time in 2001.
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Current Board Positions

Assistant Secretary
2007 - Present
London, UK
The England Rugby Internationals Club (E.R.I.C.) is the honorary association of all England and ex-England players. It purpose is to provide a social, sporting & charitable meeting place for England Rugby Internationals.

Nick Greenstock’s Education

BA (Hons) Geography
1992 - 1995
1987 - 1992