Daniel Peltz OBE, Trustee

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Daniel has been a Trustee of AFNCCF since 2013. Following a career in property and asset management with GUS and British Land, Daniel Peltz became CEO of London Freeholds Plc. He is a Fellow of King’s College and is a member of their Development Board. He sits on both Kings and Birkbeck College Estates Committees.  He is a Trustee or former trustee of several organisations across Jewish causes, children’s charities, and the arts including: Technion UK, The Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies at Oxford University, The Institute of Jewish Studies at UCL, The City of London School Bursary Trust and The National Gallery Foundation.  He is a panellist on the Education Panel of The Wolfson Foundation- who committed a six-figure donation to the building through their science funding stream. In his spare time, he is a novelist writing about art and history. He and his wife Elizabeth committed a six figure donation to the building and the third floor of Pears Family School will be named after them in recognition.

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