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Ted Webster

Ted Webster

Chairman

 

Ted has been actively involved in commercial real estate investment consultancy for over 35 years. After joining the Richard Ellis investment department in 1975 to set up their operation in Scotland, he went on to run the Scottish office for over 25 years and eventually served on the group’s UK and European Boards.

 

As well as advising a small number of private investor clients, Ted chairs the investors' committee of PITCH, a specialist £100m fund focussed on the charity sector, sits on the Finance and Estates committees of Queen Mary University of London as well as chairing the Board of Queen Mary Innovation (QMI) and QMB.  

 
Ramsay Richmond

Dr Ramsay Richmond

Executive Manager

 

Ramsay studied biochemistry at Glasgow, Kings London and then did four years of post-doctoral work in analytical biochemistry at the Royal Post-Graduate Medical School, London. After this he did twelve years as a laboratory leader in central drug discovery analytics with Sandoz Pharma AG, then Novartis AG, at the St. Johann works, Basel, Switzerland.

 

Ramsay returned to the UK to complete an MBA. After this he went on to work as an R&D specialist with IBM Life Sciences in Frankfurt-am-Main.  He later returned to London in 2006 to market and lead the QMB infrastructure project.

 
Nastaran Hornett

Nastaran Hornett

Client Relationship Manager

 

Nas joined QMB towards the final phase of QMB’s fit out construction. She is responsible for the daily operation of the building, procurement, internal lease negotiations, and heads the facilities and reception teams.  Nas also looks after the events and marketing at the centre. 

 

Nas has project management experience gained from working with the Business Transformation team at Capita and is a Prince 2 practitioner. She has had a diversity of client facing roles and has experience engaging with a variety of multinational clients and suppliers. Nas also has a BA in Business Administration.

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