Concord is fortunate that in 1983 it became a charitable trust.
This provides a number of benefits, but principally means that the College has no owner and no share-holders: it is ultimately run by a Board of twelve unpaid Trustees whose role it is to appoint and guide the Principal and senior officers of the college to ensure that the education provided is of a high standard and in line with Concord’s stated ethos and aims. It is also the role of the Trustees to take financial and regulatory oversight of the College as well as to provide expertise and guidance that might not otherwise be available to the Principal. The members of the Board are also responsible for the strategic direction of Concord and regularly review development planning and goals.
Concord is fortunate to have a skilled and highly committed Board of Trustees:
Dr I M Bride (Chairman), Mr N Blackbourn, Mr A G Curtis, Mr R E Durham JP, Mr R G Dyson, Dr A M Fricker, Ms J Krasocki, Mrs R M Mannell, Mr T D Peck, Mr P S Ruben, Mr B R Yates and Mr P Yong
Contact with any of the Trustees can be made via the College.
Datuk Lim Chee Wah is Concord’s Patron. Datuk Lim is a highly influential and respected figure on a global stage and is a former student of Concord.