The New Metropolis of London CFO desires to get Sq. Mile going once more after the Covid disaster


The City of London Corporation has elected a new chairman to its finances as the governing body wants to help get the Square Mile’s economy going again after the Covid-19 crisis.

Jamie Ingham Clark, who previously served as vice chairman, has been elected as the new chairman of the company’s finance committee.

The committee wants to ensure that the organization is good value for money and has a sustainable financial base.

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Ingham Clark was elected to the Court of Common Council, the company’s primary governing body, representing the Billingsgate community, in 2013 and rose to the role of Vice Councilor in 2015.

He trained as an auditor at EY and has served on various boards in the Lloyd’s insurance market and in the wider London market throughout his career.

“I will work with my colleagues to ensure we stay on track to maintain the company’s financial discipline as we drive the Square Mile’s economic recovery and better recover from the pandemic,” he said in a statement.

He replaces former PwC senior advisor Jeremy Mayhew, who has served his full five-year term, and Mayhew is moving to vice chairman of the committee.

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