Martin K. Bolland
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Joined the Capita Group "Board in March 2008 and became Chairman on 1 January 2010. A Chartered Accountant, Martin previously held a number of senior operational positions within the Lonrho Group and was also a founder and partner of Alchemy Partners for 11 years. Martin continues to be a member of both Alchemy’s Investment Committee and Monitoring Board. He is also currently Chairman of QHotels Group Limited and RecyCoal Holdings Limited." 
"Mr. Martin Keith Bolland serves as the Chief Executive of Lonrho's Princess Metropole Hotels. Mr. Bolland co-founded Alchemy Partners LLP in 1997 and served as its Partner for 10 years. He has held various positions in the Lonrho Group from 1981 to 1996 including Divisional Chief Executive from 1985 to 1996. Mr. Bolland served as Chief Executive Officer and Vice President of Finance of Lonrho Hotels. He serves at Lonrho Plc. He has been Chairman of Capita PLC since January 1, 2010. He serves as Chairman of Barceló Hotels UK, RecyCoal Ltd, Compair Finance Ltd, Civica Financial Systems Ltd., Regus Holdings (UK) Ltd., Alchemy Partners LLP, QHotels Limited, Paramount Group of Hotels, Radius Group, Regus plc UK serviced office business, UK Investment Banking, and Quintessential Hotels. He served as Chairman of Phoenix IT Group PLC, Seymour Pierce Limited and Avonside Group. He served as Chairman of Four Seasons Health Care Limited since 1999. Mr. Bolland serves as a Director of Barceló Hotels UK, Civica Financial Systems Ltd., Barid Plc, Compair Finance Ltd.,and Regus Holdings (UK) Ltd. He served as the Chairman of the Board of QHotels Limited He has been Senior Non-Executive Director at Capita PLC since March 1, 2008. He served as Senior Non-Executive Director of Capita Group plc since March 1, 2008. He served as Director of Jacques Vert PLC from 2003 to November 2004. He served as Director of Phoenix IT Group PLC, Four Seasons Health Care Limited and Capula Limited. Mr. Bolland is a Qualified Chartered Accountant. He studied with first class honours from Cambridge in Economics."