THE TRUSTEES OF THE VETERANS' FOUNDATION
PETER MOUNTFORD (Chair)
Peter Mountford is a successful financier, chairman, and active investor.
During his career he has invested in and sat on the Board of many businesses, including 3 of the most successful businesses floated on the London Stock Exchange.
He is currently the Chair of Heropreneurs, the only UK charity that specialises in helping military veterans create their own businesses.
Eline is an associate director at wealth management company Tilney Bestinvest and has 10 years' experience managing investments for individuals and charities. Before joining Tilney Bestinvest in 2013, Eline was a member of Barclays' Global Portfolio Construction Team and today she splits her time between the investment needs of private individuals and UK charities. Eline is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investments and holds an MBA from Marshall University in West Virginia, USA
Bruce Walker is a chartered surveyor, businessman with international experience and has served in the Queen’s Own Yeomanry (TA) and in the Hong Kong Regiment.
He worked for 30 years in Hong Kong in the property business, and co-founded his current firm, Pamfleet, in 2001. Pamfleet is a private equity fund that invests in Hong Kong and Singapore. It buys buildings to which it can add value then sell on.
Bruce gained an MA (Hons) in Philosophy and is FRICS.
Mungo Tulloch was a businessman and Chartered Surveyor (FRICS) for over forty years.
He worked in London, Canada and Glasgow.
He served in the TA for seven years and is currently a SSAFA caseworker in Ayrshire.
Richard served as an artillery officer with 2nd Field Regiment in Germany, Cyprus and Iraq, then held the appointment of Adjutant of 1st Regiment, Royal Horse Artillery. After leaving the regular army, he commanded 207 (Glasgow) Battery Royal Artillery in the Territorial Army.
After leaving the army, Richard gained an LLB (Distinction) at Edinburgh University and later an LLM (Distinction) in Construction Law. Richard has practised as a lawyer with Burness Paull LLP for 20 years in Edinburgh specialising in engineering and construction disputes, and disciplinary procedures. He is Chairman of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators in Scotland, an organisation with 14,000 members worldwide, promoting the use of alternative dispute resolution. He is also a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society.