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06 September 2022

Honorary Fellowship of King's for Business School Advisory Council Chair Warwick Hunt

Fellowship recognises his exemplary leadership and extraordinary contribution to the Business School

A man, Warwick Hunt, wearing red academic robes, shakes hands with a senior representative of King's (facing away from us) at a degree ceremony on the stage at the Royal Festival Hall. Other representatives of King's, also wearing academic dress, are sitting in the background.

Warwick Hunt, Chair of the King’s Business School Advisory Council was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of King’s College London at the Business School’s graduation ceremony on 2 September.

Warwick, who will shortly join the Bank of New Zealand as an independent director, has had a long and successful international career at PwC, most recently as Managing Partner of PwC U.K. and leading PwC’s Europe, Middle East and Africa regional executive team. While at PwC he became a trusted advisor to businesses and organisations across a range of sectors including banking, agribusiness, telecommunications and energy.

Warwick has drawn on this experience and expertise to make an outstanding contribution to the Business School as Chair of its Advisory Council, helping the School to broaden its connections with business and enhance opportunities for its students.


Warwick’s career, his commitment to diversity and sustainability and the warmth of the relationships he builds are a wonderful example to our students of the possibilities and responsibilities of leadership. Thank you from the whole King’s community.

Professor Stephen Bach, Executive Dean, King's Business School

I am deeply honoured to have been recognised as an Honorary Fellow of Kings College and look forward to continuing to contribute to the outstanding development of Kings Business School going forward.

Warwick Hunt, Member of the New Zealand Order of Merit and Fellow, King's College London

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