AP People – Lord Marland of Odstock

MarlandJonathan Marland is a British businessman and former Treasurer of the Conservative Party.  He was awarded a life peerage in 2006 as Baron Marland of Odstock in the County of Wiltshire.

He was one of the founding directors of Jardine Lloyd Thompson plc, a multinational insurance business and also founded AppleClaim, the insurance company, at Lloyd’s of London.  He led the acquisitions of Hunter Wellington Boots and Insurance Capital Partners.

Lord Marland is Chairman of Jubilee Holdings Ltd and a director of Insurance Capital Partners Ltd, TestMatchExtra.com Ltd and Wisden Cricketer Publishing Ltd.

Away from business, he is the Chairman of Tickets For Troops and a Trustee of The Mayor of London’s Fund for Young Musicians, Peggy Guggenheim Museum (UK), The Churchill Centre, The Atlantic Partnership and Invercauld Estate.  Lord Marland is a patron of the Salisbury and South Wiltshire Sports Club.

Jonathan is married to Penny, a probation officer, and they have four children.

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