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5 July 2019
As the new Mastership Year gets underway in the autumn, there's a sense of taking stock, recharging and renewal ahead of a busy winter and beginning of a new year.
As we progress, here are the faces and names of those steering the Company this year: the Master and his Wardens.
Nicholas Hunter Jones was educated at Rugby School and the College of Estate Management.
Over a 44 year career, Nick worked across UK and international property. Nick joined Court in 2006 and as Master Nick is committed to growing the Company's philanthropic ambitions.
First Upper Warden
John Price was Master in 2013-14 and is chairman of the Merchant Taylors' Educational Trust. He also runs his own foundation for disadvantaged young people.
Second Upper Warden
Andrew Moss joined the Freedom of the Company in 1984 and was elected to Court in 2008.
Andrew is a governor at several schools and is a trustee of the Dermatitis and Allied Diseases Research Trust at the Royal Free Hospital in London.
Upper Renter Warden
Christopher Keville was Master in 2016 and introduced the 1327 legacy initiative. Christopher began his career in shipping both at home and abroad.
Christopher is a governor at several schools and plays an active role within the Company's philanthropic and educational work.
Under Renter Warden
Alderman Nicholas Lyons joined the Company in 2017 and became a Liveryman in 2018.
Nicholas was elected Alderman for Tower Ward in September 2017 and sits on the Court of Alderman, the Court of Common Council, the Finance Committee and the Education Board at the City of London.