After a career in the Army, Anthony has spent the last twenty years as an independent Restructuring and Turnaround Director. He has undertaken a broad variety of business transformations, turnaround and restructuring assignments across the public and private sectors. He was appointed a Fellow of the Institute for Turnaround in 2016.
He works exclusively with organisations that are facing significant operational and financial challenges on complex and sensitive high-profile restructuring and transformation programmes that have one thing in common: there is the opportunity to really ‘make a difference’ – building and leading strong teams of people and delivering successful outcomes for all stakeholders.
He has worked with organisations as varied as the Ministry of Defence and our three armed services, the Police Service, the Fire Service and the NHS, the rail industry, The Equality and Human Rights Commission, two multi-site Further and Higher Education Colleges and a Premier League Football Club.
As Chairman of Artemis, which has purchased Crouchlands, he leads the team that is restoring the site and bringing forward plans designed to see rurally-orientated, environmentally sustainable new businesses established and new jobs created.
Anthony grew up and lives in Suffolk. He is married with three boys, the eldest of which is a land agent in East Anglia. His hobbies include rearing rare breed pigs which over the years have included Gloucester Old Spots, Oxford Sandy and Blacks, Saddlebacks and British Lops.
Anthony is the Chairman of Suffolk’s Reserve Forces and Cadets Association, Honorary Colonel of Suffolk Army Cadet Force and a Deputy Lieutenant for Suffolk.