Interviews

Alex Clark – The Quest for Monza

It’s a crisp morning in the Coal Harbour district of Vancouver, aframax tankers laden with crude oil are dotted around the bay, jostling for position. From the Penthouse on the 38th floor, what was a sunny dispositioned morning with views across Coal Harbour, English Bay, and the North Shore mountains looks like it’s rapidly becoming a weather warning. I stand clutching my coffee as cables begin to snake the apartment as more and more production gear is moved into position. In the midst of this sea of camera equipment, one man remains still. Tech entrepreneur Alex Clark goes about his usual morning routine, making a healthy breakfast and helpfully ensuring…

Her Drive – By Cynthia Cramblett

Travel nomad, entrepreneur, health and adventure addict, Cynthia Cramblett is known by many names. Originally from Ohio, Cynthia spent her formative years working as a Lobbyist in Washington DC before establishing Her Drive. The initiative focuses on honest and open conversations with inspirational woman around the world entering on business, personal development, cultural differences, sex and what it means to be a woman in the 21st century. This issue Cynthia speaks to Emily Garland of Maid of Gingerbread, Victoria Knowles of The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club and Laura Bingham, World Explorer and Author.  Laura Bingham Emily Garland Victoria Knowles

Iain Tait

Charming, Erudite and a seasoned rainmaker, it doesn’t take long to realise why Iain Tait is heading up the Private Investment Office at London & Capital.  Tait founded his own wealth management firm after getting his Economics degree in 1996 and becoming a partner at Farmer Anderson and Co. He joined London & Capital in 2006, becoming a partner and is in many respects the heir apparent.  Iain sat down with Peter Robinson at their Fitzrovia office to talk investment strategy, entrepreneurial investment and what London & Capital is doing to engage the next generation of investors. What does an average working day look like for Iain Tait? Do you start…