Graham Thomas

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"Graham Thomas is the non-executive chairman of the investment committee. Before founding Menhaden Capital Management LLP with Ben Goldsmith, Graham chaired RIT Capital Partners plc’s Executive Committee, was a member of its investment committee and had direct responsibility for its private investments. Prior to his roles with RIT Capital Partners plc, Graham was the head of the Standard Bank Group’s US$3 billion Principal Investment Management division, which was established in 2008 under his leadership. He joined Standard Bank from MidOcean Partners in London, where he was a founding partner.

"Before joining DB Capital Partners (MidOcean Partners’ predecessor) in 2001, he was an Executive Director in the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs & Co, having joined Goldman Sachs in 1993. Graham is currently a non-executive director of Tamar Energy Limited (an alternative energy company in which RIT Capital Partners is a major investor) and Lesmoir-Gordon, Boyle & Co, and is on the investment committee of Apis Partners, a private equity firm.

"Graham is a Rhodes Scholar, and received a Bachelor of Commerce degree, with distinction, from the University of Cape Town, a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) Degree and Post Graduate Diploma in Accounting from the University of Cape Town, and an MA from Brasenose College, Oxford University."[1]

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  1. Menhaden Capital plc Who we are, organizational web page, accessed November 29, 2018.