London Business School alumni hold key roles throughout the business world. Watch and read the profiles of some of our leading lights…
Hear from some of our alumni speaking about their careers and time
at the School:
- Roger Carlsson (Executive Chairman, FCT Fund Management PTE LTD)
- Warren Finegold (Chief Executive, Global Business Development, Vodafone)
- Michael Perlman (Deputy Chairman, Grupo Ibmec Educacional
- Jean-Christophe Bedos (Chief Executive Officer, Boucheron)
- Savio Kwan (Independent Non-Executive Director, Alibaba Group)
- Erik Vynckier (Director, Standard Life Assurance Ltd)
- Juan Pablo Hernandez de Alba (Managing Director and Partner, Easyfairs Columbia)
- Sir John Egan (Chairman, Severn Trent PLC)
- HE Sheikh Mohamed Althani (President, Qatar-Connect)
Matt Judkins (Australia, MBA2007)
Associate, McKinsey & Company
"One of the fantastic things about London Business School is the unique environment you find yourself in. With such a wide range of nationalities, group work can be very interesting (we had 57 different nationalities represented in a class of 325 students!) It is a challenging but very rewarding experience. The diversity also means the opportunities available here are amazing - trips include the annual School ski jaunt to the Alps, the rugby tour to Argentina, sailing trips in the Caribbean and the MBA Olympics in France, to name just a few.
Dr Zubair Hussain (British) EMBA 2007
Head of Europe, CIS, Middle East & Africa Regulatory Affairs & Global Director of RA for Jetrea
"I certainly feel that the knowledge and learning from the MBA has added immensely to my current experience. Not only can I see so many more opportunities for my career, but I also feel that I have the confidence to decide on which opportunities to seize."
Jesse McDougall (Canadian) MIFFT2005
Assistant Portfolio Manager, Barclays Capital
"One of the contrasts between a US university and London Business School is the international attendance -5% of our class was British, and there was no over-represented group! I learnt a lot about different cultures, and I now have a new cultural perspective both professionally and socially. A network of colleagues and friends like this is unique."
Radhika Chadwick (Indian), Sloan 2005
"Prior to Sloan, I was on a certain trajectory with my career that would have taken me to a certain destination, but I wasn't quite sure that was the right destination. I felt as though before I got too far into my career, I needed to shake things up a bit to see if the pieces fell into the same place. What I wanted to shake up was my personal ambition and to test myself on what I really wanted. After the programme, I moved from a functional role in business strategy to a general management role."