Jamie is a member of the Brown Advisory International Advisory Board. He is founder and chief executive of Delancey, a specialist real estate investment and advisory company founded in 1998, and which includes a diverse portfolio of retail, residential, office and corporate assets across London and the UK, from the Alpha Plus Schools Group to the former London 2012 Athlete’s Village.

Jamie began his career at Morgan Grenfell in 1986, and prior to founding Delancey joined The British Land Company PLC in 1990 as a Director with responsibility for real estate investment. In addition to his role as chairman and chief executive of Delancey, Jamie has also been a committed trustee and supporter of a number of other organisations and boards, including Tate Britain, the Southbank Centre, Kings College University London, Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) and Maggies Cancer Caring Centres. All of which he has now retired from, with the exception of the Bathurst Estate – an 15,000 acre estate in Gloucestershire – where he is currently an active trustee, and the Heritage of London Trust. Jamie is also non-executive chairman of Mitheridge Capital Management.

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