Keith Gibson

Managing Partner

Clyde Blowers Capital

Joined: 2007

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Earning his BAcc degree with Honours at Glasgow University, Keith began his career in 1988 training as a Chartered Accountant (ICAS 1991) with Arthur Andersen (and thereafter Buchler Phillips) in audit, insolvency and turnaround work. He then went on to work with PricewaterhouseCoopers in corporate finance and advisory for five years followed by two years as a partner for Ernst & Young. Keith joined Royal Bank of Scotland in 2004 as Head of Group Corporate Finance where he was responsible for all M&A activity across the groups and finance related non-M&A project work. At RBS, Keith was also a member of the Finance Board, led Group Finance Operations, sat on the Group Asset & Liability Committee and was a member of the Group and Corporate Markets Credit Committee. Keith joined Clyde Blowers in 2007 after having advised the company on its acquisition of the Weir Pumps Ltd business from the Weir Group. He played a key role alongside Jim McColl putting in place the regulatory structures and processes including the corporate governance, fund reporting, deal origination and transaction procedures and building out the fund team capable of supporting the raising and management of Fund II. Keith’s specific fund management responsibilities include oversight of the funds valuation process and overall fund performance tracking; co-ordination of LP reporting and regulatory reporting requirements; co-ordination of Fund Corporate Governance including Investment Committees, the Valuations Committee, Advisory Boards and AGM’s, Weekly Portfolio and Fund Leadership Team Meetings. Keith is also responsible for managing fund raising activities, the development and maintenance of the LP database and investor relations.


University of Glasgow
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Work History

The Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc