Sir Deryck Maughan
Sir Deryck Maughan is senior independent director of GlaxoSmithKline and a director and chairman of the Risk Committee of BlackRock. He's a former partner at Kohlberg Kravis & Roberts.
Sir Deryck was vice-chairman of Citigroup and CEO of Citigroup International from 1998 to 2004 and chairman and CEO of Salomon Brothers from 1992 to 1997, a company he joined in 1983. He worked at HM Treasury from 1969 to 1979, and Goldman Sachs from 1979 to 1983. Deryck has served as vice-chairman of the New York Stock Exchange and as a member of the Investor Advisory Committee on Financial Markets of the New York Federal Reserve Bank, as well as undertaking the role of Trustee at NYU Langone Medical Center.
He's a former Trustee of Lincoln Center and Carnegie Hall and a former chairman of the Japan Society and the American Friends of the Churchill Museum. Sir Deryck has also served on the Dean's Advisory Councils of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and the Harvard Kennedy School of Government.
Sir Deryck is married to Lady Va Maughan. The Maughan Library of King's College London is named in their honour. They have a daughter who resides in San Francisco.
Sir Deryck is a Harkness Fellow and a graduate of King's College London and the Graduate School of Business, Stanford University.