Lord Griffiths of Fforestfach was educated at London School of Economics (LSE). He taught at LSE from 1965-76 and was Professor of Banking and International Finance at City University in 1976. He held the position of Dean of the University’s Business School from 1982-85, was a Director of the Bank of England from 1983-85, served as Head of Prime Minister’s Policy Unit from 1985-90 and was the special advisor to the Prime Minister for Domestic Policy Making. He was made a life peer on leaving 10 Downing Street. Lord Griffiths has been Vice-Chair of Goldman Sachs International and an International Advisor to the company on its development activities worldwide. He was Chairman of the School Examination Assessment Council and of the Centre for Policy Studies. He is Chairman of Land Securities Trillium and a Non-Executive Director of Times Newspaper Holdings Ltd. He is also Chairman of the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lambeth trust and of Christian Responsibility in Public Life. Lord Griffiths is a member of the Board of Reference for TBN and a former board member of GBSN. He has written extensively and lectured on ethics and business.