Giá máy bắn cáExecutive Fellow of Finance
BA (Dunelm) PhD (Bath)
Giá máy bắn cáTom Gosling is an Executive Fellow in the Department of Finance at LBS where he contributes to the evidence-based practice of responsible business by connecting academic research, public policy, and corporate action. He works with the Centre for Corporate Governance and the Leadership Institute at LBS.
Giá máy bắn cáTom has 20+ years of experience as a board adviser and is a leading independent authority on corporate governance and responsible business. Most recently he was a senior Partner at PwC where he established and led the firm’s executive pay practice, advising FTSE-100 and equivalent private and European companies on corporate governance and executive pay including ABB, Barclays, BHP, BP, Flutter, GSK, Kerring, Old Mutual, RBS (NatWest), RSA, Standard Chartered, Tesco, and Unilever.
Giá máy bắn cáPrior to joining PwC, Tom was a Research Fellow in the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics at Cambridge University. He has a PhD in Applied Mathematics and is a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.
Giá máy bắn cáTom is also a member of the Steering Committee of , a think tank devoted to identifying ways in which the UK corporate governance environment can be developed to support companies that create profit through fulfilling a purpose that benefits society. Reports Tom has co-authored in this role include , exploring market attitudes to alternatives to traditional Long-term Incentive Plans, which was highlighted by the Investment Association in their ; The Purposeful Company ; and , which is a comprehensive review of the academic evidence relating to executive pay levels and structure.
As part of his role, Tom engages extensively with regulators such as BEIS, the FRC and the FCA on remuneration, corporate governance and stewardship policy matters. He participated in a joint PwC and London Business School team commissioned by BEIS to fulfil the Government’s manifesto commitment to study the and represented London Business School on the FCA’s Purpose Working Group, contributing to the Discussion Paper on .Giá máy bắn cá Tom has given evidence to the BEIS Select Committee and the Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards.
Tom is a regular commentator in print, broadcast, and social media. He presents the with Alex Edmans, Professor of Finance at London Business School, delving into the thinking behind his book of the same name. Tom is regularly quoted in the quality press, and has appeared on The Today Programme, Radio 5 Live, BBC News, and Sky News. His OpEds for the FT include and .