MASTER AND WARDENS
The Hon Philip Remnant CBE
Master of The Salters' Company 2019
Philip has spent most of his career in the City in investment banking with Kleinwort Benson, BZW and Credit Suisse. He now holds several non-executive directorships. He is the senior independent director of Prudential and chairman of M&G. He is also chairman of City of London Investment Trust, deputy chairman of The Takeover Panel, and a director of Severn Trent and UK Financial Investments.
He is a governor of Goodenough College and a trustee of St Paul's Cathedral charities.
Philip was educated at Eton College and New College, Oxford where he read Law. He qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG.
He lives in Hampshire with his wife, Caroline, to whom he has been married for 40 years. They have three children, Edward, Eleanor and Sophie, and three grandchildren.
Philip's interests include cricket, shooting, racing, gentle opera and relaxing at the family's house on Lake Garda in the north of Italy.
Mr Alan Wordie
Upper Warden of The Salters' Company 2019
Alan Wordie became a Salter by redemption in 1978 (his younger brothers were elected by patrimony). He joined the Court after being Renter Warden in 2010. He is Chairman of the Salters’ Fundraising Steering Group and since 2012 has been Chairman of the Property & Hall Committee, during which period Salters’ Hall was redeveloped and refurbished. Alan is delighted to have been elected Upper Warden at Election Day 2018.
After six years as a commissioned pilot in the Army Air Corps, he qualified as a Chartered Surveyor and became a land agent for the Duke of Buccleuch, managing land in Scotland and the Boughton Estate in Northamptonshire. Now a consultant specialising in land and property, his current projects include delivering a sustainable urban extension of 5,500 new homes (with retail, employment, schools, community buildings and associated infrastructure) and elsewhere the planning and servicing of land for 500 houses with delivery of affordable housing, care home and shops. He is a director of the family property company, Wordie Properties Limited, based in Glasgow.
Alan and Diana have been married for 34 years and their three children (all Salters - Victoria, Rosanna and William) have “flown the nest” which has since been filled with a variety of animals, guinea fowl and recently two colonies of honey bees.
Alan’s hobbies include bell-ringing (campanology), flying a flex-wing microlight, gardening, research into a Grandfather’s involvement in Antarctica (especially on Shackleton’s Endurance expedition 1914 – 1917) and learning more about this wonderful yet fragile ice covered continent.
Dr Elizabeth Nodder
Second Warden of The Salters' Company 2019
Elizabeth Nodder was elected to the Livery in 2003. She was educated at Benenden, Haileybury and then read medicine at Selwyn College Cambridge, gaining a degree in History of Art in her 3rd year.
She completed her medical studies at Magdalen College, Oxford, and went on to follow her father’s footsteps as a General Practitioner, training with Dr Chris Anderson near Cambridge. She was a rural GP in Dorset until 2017 and continues to work as a GP appraiser and examiner for the Royal College of GPs. She has been a member of the Almshouse Committee and the Salters’ Institute Board.
She has just moved to Cornwall with her husband Charles to have more time for her hobbies which include sailing, needlework, tennis and learning to play the oboe. She has two children.
Mr Charlie Park
Renter of The Salters' Company 2019
Independent Non-executive Director Appointed to the Board of Polar Capital Technology Trust plc in January 2018. Charles Park has over 25 years of specialist investment experience and is a co-founder of Findlay Park Partners, an investment firm specialising in quoted American equity investments and Latin American investments. Prior to this, he was a US fund manager at Hill Samuel Asset Management. Charles is Non-executive Director of North American Income Trust plc and is a member of Salters’ Management Company Ltd.