Roman Scott founded the Calamander Group in 2006 and its fore-runner family office in 1997. He did his first real estate deal, a heritage building, before graduation, and over 50 deals since. He is responsible for the Group's real estate and financial services sectors and investment strategy.
Roman is the Economic Spokesman and a board member for the British Chamber of Commerce in Singapore, for whom he produces a semi-annual Global Economic Briefing and media commentary, and serves in an advisory capacity the UK Government's interests in Singapore, The Singapore Government's Economic Restructuring Committee (ERC), and the boards of two Asian banks.
Roman was formerly a partner in The Boston Consulting Group's Singapore office. He began working in the London financial markets in 1987 and has over 20 years of experience as a board level adviser to more than 50 financial institutions and government agencies in London, Zurich, Durban, Tokyo, Singapore and Jakarta - work that includes 17 bank M&A deals. He specialised in bank restructuring and credit risk management following the Asian crisis, and was an adviser to the Indonesian Government's Bank Restructuring Agency (IBRA) and four of Indonesia's top five banks. He also has a decade-long history advising the wealth management sector in Asia. He served on Singapore's original ERC in 2001.
Roman holds a M.Phil. from Pembroke College, Oxford University, where he was a Leyland scholar; and a B.Sc.(Honours) from Manchester University, both in the UK. He was educated at Dulwich College, London.