Ronel Lehmann

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Ronel Lehmann is a British businessman and founder of Finito Education.


He was educated at Montessori, New End Primary School, The Hall, Orley Farm and City of London School, before studying at the University of Buckingham, where he graduated in Business Studies in 1986.


His career in the City includes roles as a recruitment consultant, stockbroker and public relations adviser with the IPS Group, Citicorp Scrimgeour Vickers, McAvoy Wreford Bayley and Citigate Dewe Rogerson.

Ronel founded Lehmann Communications in 1988.[1]

In April 2014, he was invited as a Witness to the Treasury Select Committee to give evidence on SME bank lending.[2]

In 2016 he founded Finito, a company helping young people transition from education to employment.[3][4]

He is a Governor of the City of London School[5] and a former President of the John Carpenter Club which represents Old Citizens of the School.[6] He helped Noah's Ark Children's Hospice to raise £10 million and has been appointed Chair of the University of Buckingham Capital Appeal which is raising £50 million.

He is a Freeman of the City of London, a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.


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