Andrew Hilton, director and joint founder of the CSFI. Dr Hilton is a former World Bank economist and editor-in-chief of the International Reports group in New York. He also runs an economic consulting firm in London. He has a PhD from the University of Pennsylvania, an MBA from the Wharton School and an MA from New College, Oxford.
Jane Fuller, co-director and pensions fellow of the CSFI, is the author of ‘The Death of Retirement” (July 2015). She is also director of Fuller Analysis, a consultancy that she founded after leaving the Financial Times in 2005. She is a member of the Audit and Assurance Council of the FRC, the UK regulator, and a Fellow of CFA Society of the UK. Her advisory work focuses on savings and investment, accounting and corporate governance. She spent 19 years at the FT, where her roles included Lex writer, UK companies editor and financial editor, and continues to train FT journalists.
David Lascelles, senior fellow and joint founder of the CSFI. David authors many of the Centre's papers, including its popular Banana Skins series on financial risk. Before joining the CSFI in 1996, David was with the Financial Times, where he held a number of senior positions including New York Correspondent, Banking Editor and Resources Editor. He is author of several books on banking, and has been active in academia and bank governance.