Dom’s a Surrey villages man who has travelled the world for both work and pleasure. Starting out at Deutsche Bank, Dom then became a ministerial adviser and think tanker in the UK. Nowadays Dom works in the private sector advising a senior politician and a central bank governor outside the UK, focusing on the mining and security sectors. Purely for purposes of relaxation, Dom writes – he also edits Country Squire Magazine as well as contributing occasionally to other publications. In the course of his travels, Dom met his wife, Widdie, a Venezuelan beauty queen and TV presenter, with whom he has two children. Dom describes himself as a small c conservative of moderate views and he backs his words up with actions by chairing a heritage trust and actively supporting groups opposing the revolutionary socialists in Venezuela. Dom is a trustee of one UK homeless charity and a volunteer for another. After hanging up his rugby boots, Dom became a keen fly fisherman and – if not on a plane – can be found on a riverbank somewhere beside his trusty chocolate labs or digging his terrier out of a hole. For more detail on Dom please look here. For any CIS or due diligence requests please make contact via the contact form.