Michael Dobson started his career at Morgan Grenfell in 1973 holding various positions before becoming Chief Executive in 1989. Following Deutsche Bank’s acquisition of Morgan Grenfell in 1990 he was responsible for the bank’s Global Investment Banking business from 1993, joining the Board of Managing Directors of Deutsche Bank in 1996. In 1998, he took responsibility for Deutsche Bank’s Global Asset Management business. He left Deutsche Bank in 2000 and was appointed Chief Executive of Schroders in 2001. Mr. Dobson is a member of the Practitioner Panel of the Financial Conduct Authority. Previous outside positions include Chairman of the Investment Board of the Cambridge University Endowment Fund and a member of the Advisory Committee of the IMF Staff Retirement Plan.