Our team brings together original thinkers, working to transform our industry for the better. We are multi-disciplined, yet singularly focused on finding new and better ways to secure the future.
Chief Executive Officer
Tom Pearce is Co-Founder and CEO of Rothesay. Tom founded Rothesay with Addy Loudiadis in 2007 and was previously its Managing Director. Tom has overall responsibility for Rothesay’s strategy and operational delivery, including Business Development, Financing, Investment Origination and Operations. Tom has been a Board Director of Rothesay since 2016 and he also sits on the Board of the Association of British Insurers.
Prior to founding Rothesay, Tom was part of the Fixed Income and Investment Banking team at Goldman Sachs with responsibility for pension fund and insurance company clients.
Tom has an economics degree from Cambridge University and lives in London with his wife and two children.
Chief Financial Officer
Graham Butcher is Rothesay's Chief Financial Officer, responsible for all divisions of Rothesay’s finance function, including financial reporting, capital management, product control and actuarial assurance. As Chief Financial Officer, Graham also oversees corporate strategy and new business underwriting. Graham joined Rothesay in 2007 and was previously the company’s Head of Strategy and Chief Underwriting Officer, where he led all strategic initiatives, business planning and the pricing, underwriting and risk management of new business. Prior to joining Rothesay, Graham was at Willis Towers Watson where he qualified as Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries in 2006.
Chief Underwriting Officer
Pamela Bentley is Rothesay’s Chief Underwriting Officer, responsible for all underwriting and new business pricing activity including chairing the Underwriting and Liabilities Committee. Pamela joined Rothesay in 2009 and has been directly involved in most of Rothesay’s liability transactions to date. Prior to joining Rothesay, Pamela was at Willis Towers Watson in London and San Francisco. Pamela is a pensions actuary and a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries.
Rothesay were very professional, tackling each hurdle with a problem-solving attitude.LV=, Andy Boorman, Director, Bestrustees
I would have no hesitation in recommending Rothesay to anyone. They are thoroughly professional and keen to deliver, a good combination.Allied Domecq, Lisa Arnold, Trustee Chair
When we met the team we were very impressed. They were professional, knowledgeable and good to deal with.telent, Brian Duffin, Trustee Chair
Rothesay are highly professional, thorough, reliable and instilled confidence in everyone they dealt with.ASDA, Richard Phillips, Trustee Chair
Rothesay are highly professional people across the board. They are responsive to issues and come up with solutions not more problems, which is just the right approach.LV=, Andy Boorman, Director, Bestrustees
Naguib Kheraj is a Senior Advisor to the Aga Khan Development Network and serves on the Boards of various entities within the Network. Naguib is also Chairman of Petershill Partners, a member of the Finance Committee of the University of Cambridge and a member of the Board of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance. He was formerly a member of the Investment Committee of Wellcome Trust, the Finance Committee of Oxford University Press and served on the Board of NHS England. Naguib began his career at Salomon Brothers and went on to hold a number of senior positions at leading financial institutions. He served as Group Finance Director and Vice-Chairman and in various business leadership positions at Barclays and was CEO of JP Morgan Cazenove. He also served as Deputy Chairman of Standard Chartered plc and chaired its Audit Committee and Risk Committee during his tenure.
Terry Miller CBE
Terry Miller is a Non-Executive Director and the Senior Independent Director of Galliford Try Plc and of Stelrad Group Plc, a Non-Executive Director of Goldman Sachs International Bank, a Non-Executive Director of Goldman Sachs International and a Non-Executive Director of the British Equestrian Federation. She was previously General Counsel of The London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG), a Non-Executive Director of the British Olympic Association and a Director and Trustee of the Invictus Games Foundation. Prior to her LOCOG appointment, she was with Goldman Sachs for 17 years, most recently as a partner and International General Counsel.
Sophie O’Connor started her career at Ernst and Young, and then worked for Bank of America Merrill Lynch (previously Merrill Lynch) in the UK and US, where she held a number of senior Finance and Chief Operating Officer roles. Sophie currently holds Non-Executive directorship roles at SMBC Bank International PLC and Bupa Insurance and is a Trustee of Chance to Shine. She previously held Non-Executive positions at Scottish Widows, Lloyds Banking Group Insurance and Embark Group (subsidiaries of Lloyds Banking Group), Sanne PLC, BNY Mellon (International) Bank, Reliance Mutual and Mineworkers’ Pension Scheme.