Lord Charles Denman
Lord Charles Denman contributed to New Zealand for more than 40 years, by working behind the scenes to open doors into the UK and Middle East for some of New Zealand’s biggest and most successful companies. He served as a Board member of NMA, a British based company that financed farmers and as a Director of Challenge, which later merged to become Fletcher Challenge.
Throughout his career, he has worked alongside some of New Zealand’s most successful business leaders, including Sir Ron Trotter and Malcolm McConnell. Lord Charles was an Adviser on Middle Eastern affairs to the UK Prime Minister Edward Heath and appointed Knight Grand Cross of the Order of St Francis.