Nazo Moosa

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Nazo Moosa sits on the board of Britain's Charity Commission where she is tasked with helping ensure the integrity of charities, including those working on peace and human rights.[1]


Ms Moosa has 20 years experience of working in industry, specifically in the technology, media and internet sectors.[2]

She was a Director of The Carlyle Group, a high powered investment firm linked with John Major, George H. W. Bush, Saudi Prince Prince Alwaleed bin Talal and former US Secretary of State James Baker. The company, according to the Center for Public Integrity, received nearly $14 billion in Pentagon deals between 1998 and 2003.[1]

Moosa is still a non-executive director of Metrasens, a security health company that grew out of arms firm Qinetiq, in which Carlyle was a major investor,[1] and a managing partner at C5 Capital, the company used by arms giant BAE Systems and linked to controversial company G3.[3]

She has also served as a Board and remuneration committee member of Transics (Euronext listed transport technology company), Chairperson of BMM (digital marketing services company) and later as a board and audit committee member of LBi (Euronext listed digital agency now part of Publicis).[2]

Moosa currently serves on the board of the Arts Council England and the Charity Commission, the regulatory body to the voluntary sector of England and Wales.[3]







  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Tim Holmes The Charity Commission's Board: an impartial watchdog? Spinwatch, 12 March 2014, accessed 26 November 2014
  2. 2.0 2.1 New board members appointed to Charity Commission, 22 May 2013, accessed 10 March 2014
  3. 3.0 3.1 C5 Capital, accessed 26 November 2014