Lucy Neville-Rolfe (Baroness Neville-Rolfe) is a Conservative peer and former minister. In December 2017 she was appointed a director of outsourcing giant, Capita, and became chair of Assured Food Standards in November 2017.
Neville-Rolfe was a Treasury minister from December 2016 to June 2017, and was in charge of overseeing Brexit's impact on financial services. 
Prior to her Treasury role, she was Minister of State for Energy and Intellectual Property. She was first appointed Minister for Intellectual Property in July 2014.
Neville-Rolfe is a former advisory board member of Big Four accountancy firm PricewaterhouseCoopers and of Tesco; She reportedly resigned from all paid posts when she became a minister in July 2014.
Public life roles
- President, EuroCommerce, Brussels, 2012-14
- Governor, London Business School, 2011-
- Member, Coalition's Efficiency Board, 2010-14
- Non-Executive Director, UK-India Business Council, 2008-13
- Non-Executive Director, Carbon Trust, 2008-13
- Non-Executive Director, China-Britain Business Council, 2005-13
She has held board roles at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
- Lady Neville-Rolfe @LNevilleRolfe
Notes and references
- Baroness Neville-Rolfe profile, Parliament website, accessed Feb 2018
- John Murray Brown, UK government boosts Brexit ministerial team, FT, 3 March 2017
- Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills and Minister for Intellectual Property Baroness Neville-Rolfe DBE CMG, GOV.UK, accessed 17 September 2014.
- Baroness-Neville-Rolfe Parliament.UK, accessed 22 December 2014
- Politics and Business in the House of Lords Parliament.UK, accessed 22 December 2014
- Alex Lawson Analysis: Lucy Neville-Rolfe says farewell to Tesco Retail Week, 11 January 2013, accessed 23 December 2014
- Another Tesco boss leaves - this time it's Dame Lucy Neville-Rolfe Independent, 27 June 2012, accessed 23 December 2014
- HM Government Strategic Relations