AMDG Worldwide - charitable performance unlocked

Who we are

AMDG Worldwide’s team has a broad range of knowledge and skills in a variety of fields.

Tim Morris, founding partner

Tim Morris has had extensive experience in commercial, charitable and philanthropic organisations; a unique combination that lets him bring a strong commercial instinct to the philanthropic sector. He also has significant international experience.

Tim has spent more than 16 years in various senior roles in commercial businesses, including Shell, Halliburton Brown and Root, International Leisure Group, the Bank for International Settlements and the Adidas group. He also has more than 10 years experience in the charity and philanthropic space including Richmond Fellowship, Mencap and Care International UK, where he was corporate services director for four years, and has been an independent director of a fast-growing self storage property business.

Tim is chair of the innovative new charity Capital for Good, and trustee of the Catholic Children’s Society in Westminster.

AMDG associates

Karen Caby
Karen Caby will probably be your first point of contact at AMDG. Karen was a trade consultant at the South African Foreign Trade Organisation in Johannesburg and subsequently honed her organisational skills by raising a family. Her endless patience, project management and multi-tasking abilities smooth the workings of the AMDG office.

Terry McGoldrick
Dr Terry McGoldrick runs a business ethics consultancy in California. Terry identified the need for the highest standards in corporate behaviour long before such dialogue hit the newspapers. He advises Boards and senior executives on good practice in the field, helping corporates to be stronger and more profitable by doing the right thing.

John Harrison
John Harrison has over 25 years experience in investment markets, including over 20 years with UBS Global Asset Management where he was UK chief investment officer from 2005 to 2010. For the first 10 years of his career John specialised in managing investment portfolios for UK charities and he has continued to be involved in managing a wide range of charity portfolios ever since. He has also published a number of books and articles on the particular investment needs of the non-profit sector in the UK. Having retired from UBS in 2010, John now acts as an independent investment advisor to large pension funds and other organisations.

Other Associates

John Bainton
Masood Shariff
Juliette Young

Tim Morris

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