Jonathan Ruffer is an interesting character. If you haven’t heard of him, he’s the one who bought a castle and 12 paintings in Bishop Auckland. Now he’s fixing the castle up so the public can come along and see the paintings. He also wants to open a religious exhibition and picture gallery. He might build a historical theme park nearby too.
Jonathan Ruffer started as a stockbroker, before becoming a barrister. He is now a Bencher of the Middle Temple. He worked in corporate finance for Schroders, an accepting house bank, Dunbar, a private bank and served on the Board of Directors of CFS (renamed Rathbone Plc). He also served on the Board of Directors of Odey Asset Management, Fuel Tech and Electric & General Investment Trust.
In 1994, he co-founded Ruffer Investment Management Limited, an investment management firm with Robert Shirley.
He is a research fellow at St John's College, Durham and has published articles in The Spectator.
|Event Date||10-10-2017 5:30 pm|