Raven's Co-optees

Bryan Ingleby, Co-optee Audit Committee

Bryan is a chartered accountant and was co-opted onto the Audit Committee in October 2018. Bryan brings considerable expertise in public and third sector risk management, strategic finance and corporate governance, having worked as a director in public sector audit for many years at the National Audit Office. In addition to his role with Raven, Bryan has a number of non-executive and independent roles. These include Board level roles with NHS bodies, another Housing Association and a provider of digital services for education. He is also a non-executive Audit Committee member at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, and a member of the Surrey County Council Independent Remuneration Panel.

 

Patrick Bradley, Co-optee Remuneration Committee

Patrick joined Raven as a Co-optee to the Remuneration Committee in April 2020 and brings expertise gained from over 20 years of experience in a range of human resources roles across a variety of companies and industry sectors. He is currently Chief HR Officer at Brambles - an international supply chain and logistics group. Before joining Brambles, Patrick was the responsible for remuneration and employee relations at BT Group and prior to that, he was the Chief HR Officer at EE, the UK mobile telecommunications operator when they were acquired by BT. He has also held human resources leadership roles at Lloyds Banking Group and Atos Origin. He holds a Bachelor of Law from the University of Leeds.

Patrick lives in Warlingham with his wife and two children.

Skills: Human Resources, Transformation, Remuneration and Governance

 

Kush Rawal, Co-optee GIC

Kush is a sales and marketing professional with over 15 years of experience, having held numerous roles within Housing Associations and working on programmes delivering both private and intermediate housing products. His market and product knowledge extends across the South East and East Midlands. Kush is the Director of Residential Investment at Metropolitan Thames Valley, one of the country’s largest Housing Associations where he is responsible for an annual sales programme of over 1000 homes as well delivering a comprehensive post sales customer experience.   
Kush is also part of the National Shared Ownership Steering group providing which seeks to improve stakeholder understanding of intermediate housing and promote opportunities for further investment into this important affordable housing tenure. 

Skills: Development, Marketing and Sales