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Leo Martin

 Leo Martin Leo Martin is a founder and Director of GoodCorporation. He started his career as a Fellow of the Overseas Development Institute and then went to KPMG where he worked for eight years on economics and strategy for governments and companies worldwide. His clients included AstraZeneca, Rolls-Royce, KLM, EDS, Pizza Hut, as well as a number of departments of government in the UK and Hong Kong. Leo then went on to work for Lord Sharman, then global chairman of KPMG, where he helped to establish Britain in Europe.

Leo is on the Council of London in Europe and the former chair of London First's Corporate Citizenship working group. He is the author of From Principles to Profit the BBC Learning book on CSR and also the principle character in the BBC TV series Good Company, Bad Company, about corporate responsibility.

Articles and Opinions by this author

Men, Money and Morality: Can it work?

Leo Martin, Director and Co-Founder of GoodCorporation, responds to the talk given by Niall Ferguson on Tuesday 6th July, 2010.   More »

Posted: 08 Jul 2010 - 1 comment