Dame Fiona Woolf DBE DStJ DL

Fiona Woolf has advised over 28 governments and the World Bank on privatisation and energy reforms. She has over 20 years experience in dealing with regulation, market design, implementation and major projects in the electricity industry - culminating in a CBE for her contribution to the UK knowledge economy and invisible earnings. Much of her recent work has been for the World Bank on regional markets, regulation and infrastructure. She was awarded a DBE in the 2015 New Year Honours for services to the Legal Profession, Diversity and the City of London. She is a Dame of the Order of St John. She became a Deputy Lieutenant for Greater London in April 2016.
At CMS Cameron McKenna Fiona has built an innovative energy and major projects practice in energy reforms and infrastructure projects that combines law, engineering and economics successfully building on the gaps and overlaps. Over the last 20 years Fiona has worked around the globe in India, Australia, Asia, the Middle East, Africa, Central and Eastern Europe, Russia and Scandinavia,establishing a unique reputation.

Fiona Woolf is the Alderman for the Ward of Candlewick (Sheriff 2010/ 11, Lord Mayor 2013/14) in the City of London  and a past President of the Law Society of England and Wales (2006/7). She is a Senior Adviser with London Economics International LLP  and President of the Chelsea Opera Group. She is a member of the Council of The London Regiment of the Territorial Army. She is president of the Aldersgate Group. She was Master of the Worshipful Company of Solicitors for 2015/16. Following her mayoralty the Chartered Institute of Taxation appointed her an Honorary Fellow. She is a trustee of the Science Museum Group.

She was a Member of the Competition Commission  and  a non-executive director of Affinity Water Ltd, both from 2005  to 2013. She was a trustee of Raleigh International from 2008 to 2016:The Lord Mayor's Appeal 2012 to 2015. She was a member of the Women's Business Council from 2012 until 2018.
Fiona studied Law at Keele University and Comparative Law at the University of Strasbourg. She qualified as a solicitor in 1973. She became a partner in CMS Cameron McKenna in 1981. She was awarded a Senior Fellowship at Harvard University in 2001/2. She has been awarded honorary doctorates by Keele University, the College of Law( as it then was), City University and is an Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple.   She became the first Chancellor of the University of Law in November 2014,retiring in December 2017, and for her Mayoral year was ex officio Chancellor of The City University. 

Nicholas Woolf OBE, B.Sc (Econ ), CTA (Fellow), FCA, KStJ

 Nicholas was educated at Hampton School and the London School of Economics. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Taxation and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. His business career was as a Tax Partner with Arthur Andersen (1968 to 2002), specialising in oil and gas taxation.
                    He now spreads his time between Charities and the Livery.
He is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Tax Advisers, being Master in 2009/10, a Court member of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners and a Liveryman of the Tylers & Bricklayers. He is a member of the City Livery Club.
His primary focus  has been healthcare and his positions included-
Trustee (Chairman) St John of Jerusalem Eye Hospital Group and Order Hospitaller ( 2012 – 2018 )
Trustee (Deputy Chairman) Barts Healthcare Charity (2002- 2015)
Trustee (Chairman 2007 – 13) Princess Alice Hospice (2004- 2015)
Trustee (Chairman 2008 – 13) Beating Bowel Cancer  (2006- 2015)
Non-Executive Director NHS Westminster Primary Care Trust (2006 - April 2011)
Nicholas was awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year's honours for charitable services. He is a  Knight  of the Order of St John and a Member of the Royal Automobile Club.
His recreations include golf, tennis, bridge, gardening, travelling and opera.