Matthew works here in the City and lives here, too, just a stone’s throw away from St Paul’s Cathedral (not in a tent). He has served on the Court of Common Council for 4 years representing the views of businesses, small and large as well as residents. He is a barrister with a strong background in law and insurance having worked on several high profile insurance cases and understands the needs of the sector.
He has campaigned on City related issues for the past three years and was described by the City AM as “a young up and coming City star” and has been quoted in many national newspapers for his work to ensure that the UK Uncut protestors were moved on.
Outside of work he is a director of the Barbican Centre and raises funds for art projects there. He is a member of the Worshipful Company of Wax Chandlers.