Nick Kuenssberg

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Nick Kuenssberg is the Non-executive Chairman of Iomart Group plc. He is also Chairman of GAP Group Ltd,Canmore Partnership Ltd, Scottish Networks International, Keronite plc,eTourism Ltd and The Glasgow School of Art. He is Director of Chamberlin & Hill plc, RingProp plc and Amino Technologies plc.[1][2]

Kuenssberg was previously chairman of Stoddard International plc, Dynacast International Ltd and David A Hall Ltd and has held directorships in Coats Viyella plc, Dawson International plc, ScottishPower plc, Standard Life Assurance Co. and other companies. He was also formerly a Visiting Professor at Strathclyde Business School and chairman of the Institute of Directors, Scotland and a member of the Secretary of State for Scotland's Advisory Group on Sustainable Development from 1996 to 1999. He has been a Board member of the Scottish Legal Aid Board since 1996 for which he receives an annual remuneration of £7,600.[3]

Kuenssberg was appointed Deputy Chair of the Board of the Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) in January 2003.[4]

Labour donor

Reportedly Kuenssberg gave £995 to the campaign to elect Wendy Alexander as leader of the Scottish Labour Party, just under the £1,000 limit which would have to be declared:

Nick Kuenssberg, a Glasgow businessman and also the part-time deputy chairman of the Scottish Environmental Protection Agency, was also a donor and is thought to have given £995 to the campaign.[5]



  1. Scottish Environment Protection Agency Agency Board : Members : Biographical Details
  2. Iomart Group plc Company Officers
  3. Scottish Executive 2007; News; 31/01/2003 New deputy chair for environment agency
  4. Scottish Executive 2007; News; 31/01/2003 New deputy chair for environment agency
  5. Donorgate - the who, what and why of a political storm PAUL GREEN, The Scotsman, 4/12/2007
  6. Nick Kuenssberg and Gillian Lomas (Eds) The David Hume Institute: The First Decade, Edinburgh: The David Hume Institute, 1996.