Audit and Risk Committee of Yatra Capital Limited
The Audit and Risk Committee is responsible for ensuring that the financial performance of the Company is properly monitored, controlled and reported on. The committee's primary responsibility is to review accounting policies and the financial statements, understand and agree the principles underlying those engage in discussions with external auditors and ensure that an effective internal control framework exists.


George Baird
George was born in Dundee, Scotland in 1950 and qualified with AYMM in 1974 before moving to Jersey in 1980 to work for the States of Jersey in the finance area. In 1991 he was appointed Treasurer of the States of Jersey, one of the most senior positions in the Civil Service reporting to the Finance and Economics Committee whose main responsibility was defining and implementing government financial and budget strategy. In 1999 he moved to Mourant as Group Finance and Operations Director until his retirement in 2002. Since then he has built up a portfolio of non- executive directorships in the Channel Islands to include several property companies where he plays a prominent role on the Investment and Audit Committees.
Richard Boleat
Richard Boleat qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Coopers & Lybrand in the UK in 1988. He subsequently worked in the Middle East, Africa and the UK for a number of commercial and financial services groups before returning to Jersey in 1990. He was formerly a Principal of Channel House Financial Services Group Limited prior to its acquisition by Capita Group plc ("Capita") in September 2005. Richard led Capita's financial services client practice in Jersey until September 2007, when he left the company to establish an independent corporate governance practice. He currently acts as Chairman of CVC Credit Partners European Opportunities Limited and Funding Circle SME Income Fund Limited, both of which are listed on the London Stock Exchange, and is an independent director of a number of other substantial collective investment and investment management entities.
Christopher Wright
Christopher Wright is Chairman and a co-founder of EM Alternatives LLC in Washington DC, emerging markets focused private equity asset management firm and a director of Merifin Capital Group, a private European investment firm. Until mid-2003 he served as Head of Global Private Equity for Dresdner Kleinwort Capital and was formerly a Group Board Member of Dresdner Kleinwort. He acted as Chairman of various investment funds prior to and following the latter's integration with Allianz Private Equity.

He is a co-founding director of Roper Technologies Inc (NYSE, S & P 500).

Mr Wright has chaired the investment committees of and/or serves on several advisory boards of third party managed LBO and venture capital funds in North America and Europe and has advised several other financial institutions, including Hansa Capital, CdB Webtech, Standard Bank of South Africa, Surya Capital, GP Investimentos, and IDeA Alternative Investments on their investments in private equity and other alternative assets around the world.

Mr Wright was educated at Oxford University (M.A.) and holds a Certified Diploma in Accounting and Finance (from the ACCA). He is Foundation Fellow, Corpus Christi College, Oxford.
Malcolm King
After qualifying at a general practice firm in 1968 Malcolm was one of the first in his profession to gain an MBA by taking a full time two-year course at the Ivey Business School of the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Joining King & Co in 1970, he headed the investment part of the business for 23 years. In 1993 Malcolm restructured the asset management side of the business, which grew the properties under management from GBP 850 mn to the current level of more than GBP 8 billion when he retired.

He was Senior Partner from 1987 to 2005 and International Chairman from 1992 - 2006. In 1992 he conceived and engineered the merger of King & Co with J P Sturge to form King Sturge. During his time as Senior Partner, the company's turnover increased from just over GBP 11 mn to approximately GBP 100 mn and a staff of nearly 1,600. He was the senior Non-Executive of Redrow Plc and was a director of RICS Business Services. He is non-Executive Chairman of a Jersey based private property company; non-Executive of two other private property companies and Managing Director of a family property company. He was a pro bono member of the property advisory committees of both Imperial College London and Sue Ryder.

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