Our team

  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

    A flair for finance, business growth and negotiations that deliver win-win outcomes, has led to Bill being placed in leading positions:

    • 2003-04 – Director of Finance, CDC Globeleq
    • 2005-10 – Non-Exec Director, Rutherford Indemnity Ltd
    • 2007-10 – Chairman NED, GPS and CNPP Pension Services
    • 2005-10 – Chairman NED, Direct Rail Services Ltd
    • 20015-10 – Chief Financial Officer, Nuclear Decommissioning Authority
    • 2010-present – Managing Director / Consultant, Decommology    

    Bill has a Postgraduate Business Diploma from Manchester Business School, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and a member of the Advanced Management Programme & Follow-up INSEAD.

    Career highlights include:

    • Nuclear Decommissioning Authority – restructured investment decision-making process and gained funding increase clean-up programme
    • European Chemical Agency – new ERP systems, negotiated new tariffs / funding for EU biocides prog.
    • Direct Rail Services – grew from £24m to £50m
    • Sundog Energy Ltd – grew from £2m to £12m award-winning business; won contracts for London 2012 Olympics and Kings Cross Station
    • CDC Globeleq – Refinanced USD 1 Billion power projects in Sub-Saharan Africa, South Asia and South America
    • TXU – grew continental European business from zero to €1.5b turnover, involving acquisitions and disposals in Mordic, Western and Central Europe.
  • Sherman Havens

    In his long and varied career, a fascination with systems engineering has taken Sherman to many different environments around the world – from the US Navy to public and private sector projects in North America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.

    An engineering and design management expert, Sherman has extensive experience in large Government sponsored projects including rail, university, data centres and naval communications. These have involved both regional and global rollouts. A specialist in network centric design/ implementation with a focus on both fixed and wireless infrastructure, Sherman has worked on major projects including Crossrail, London Underground, Dockland Light Railway, Network Rail, Data Centres.

    Sherman’s approach is to pay close attention to user needs and requirements which in turn helps to ensure customer satisfaction and long-term survivability of the systems.

    Specific experience includes:

    • US Submarine Force – 25 years – Senior Systems Engineer, Space and Naval Warfare Systems Command
    • WSP UK – Technical Director for Systems Engineering, Communications & Controls (SECC); member of the WSP Global Technical Excellence Team for Transport & Infrastructure
    • Crossrail – Systems Engineering Lead Engineer for 5 Crossrail Projects including Stations and Portals
    • KAUST, Thuwal, Saudi Arabia – Technical Lead Integrator, world’s largest USGBC certified LEED Platinum Project
  • Patrick Target

    Patrick began his career in petroleum engineering with degrees in Chemical Engineering, Sheffield University and MBA Business, Henley College.

    In 1999, Patrick joined Unocal Oil and worked in Vietnam, USA and the Netherlands. Staying within the Chevron ‘umbrella, he then became LNG Market Development Manager, Chevron Indonesia in 2005. This led to roles as Gas Strategy Manager, Chevon Global Gas (2006-2013) and Commercial Manager Chevron Turkey, 2013-2016.

    Patrick has managed most phases of oil and gas projects, from petroleum exploration and development, process, pipeline and power development and operations. He is married with 4 adult children and yet still finds time to be an expert in

    • Commercial Strategy Development
    • Planning and Decision Analysis
    • LNG marketing and shipping
    • Market and regulatory analysis
    • Business Development
    • Contract negotiations
    • Government engagement
  • Mark Evans

    A fascination with language at school took Mark into a long and successful career in Marketing and Sales Communication. After working for a number of major advertising and marketing agencies including Y&R and Saatchi & Saatchi, Mark set up his own agency, RPE, in 1989. Working with two partners, he ran the agency for 17 years before selling his shares and becoming an independent consultant.

    Mark has worked with major brands across the UK, Europe and worldwide including Legal & General, Prudential, CA, Orange Business Services, IBM and Canon. In an increasingly complex multi-communication channel world, his focus is on simplifying a company’s brand proposition and messaging to ensure it resonates with its target market and identifies the emotional and rational benefits to the customer.

    Working at Board level, Mark brings an understanding of business culture and a wealth of experience to the management of communication within a company and with its partners and clients – always with the aim of building a supportive, collaborative and motivating environment. He also works with TenBroeke clients to assist their communication strategies on infrastructure projects and their multiple target markets.

    Happily married for over 25 years, Mark has a son and daughter who enjoy challenging his awareness of latest language trends.

    Key areas of expertise include:

    • Brand propositions and messaging
    • Proposal / tender writing
    • Communication strategy
    • Organisation culture management
    • Customer engagement
    • Content creation
    • Business development
    • Executive coaching
  • Paul Tweedale

    Our People

    Paul Tweedale


    Paul has worked in corporate finance for 30 years, firstly with a US bank (now part of JP Morgan Chase) in London and New York, then with The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited in London and then Hong Kong. He returned to the UK after the Midland Bank acquisition.

    Paul has led on major global acquisition transactions, including for National Grid, EDF and Danone, and managed bank relationships with US and European companies. He established trading lines for major trading houses and led the establishment of foreign exchange margin trading activities for HSBC.

    As Head of Risk and Business Development for HSBC Rail (UK) Ltd for 8 years, Paul oversaw and developed a new business in financing and owning passenger rolling stock. He and his team developed a range of products and services for areas such as freight locomotives, wagons and on-track plant, and the design, construction, finance and delivery of train maintenance facilities.

    Paul managed the negotiation, structuring, finance and employer role through to final delivery of 4 highly successful facilities – at Northam, Bedford, Ashford and Ramsgate. Having raised third party finance, he skilfully aligned the interests of stakeholders, including the DfT/SRA, Network Rail, train operating companies, maintainers, contractors, project managers, and legal advisers.


    M: + 44 7738 544703
    E: paul.tweedale@tenbroekeco.com
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  • Bill Roberts

    Bill has enjoyed a distinguished career and brings his extensive board level experience to companies and organisations in energy, infrastructure and the public sector.

    Graduating in Mathematics from Durham University, Bill then joined Ernst & Young before later joining British Railways and continuing his career, in turn, with major enterprises in the UK and across Europe.   

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