Committee Members

Deputy Peter Ferbrache – Chairman

Peter is a forthright and forward looking Guernseyman who has a social conscience but who realises the value of a healthy business environment. Thus he is anti unnecessary regulation, bureaucracy and the interference of Government. He was called to the English Bar at 21 and has been a Guernsey Advocate for 37 years. He was previously in the States and has returned to try and ensure that Guernsey follows a realistic path towards prosperity which should have its benefits for all.

Deputy Joe Mooney

Joe is a successful businessman turned politician. He worked in various European countries before moving to Guernsey in 1988. He is a driven, responsible and logical person with a ‘can do’, common sense attitude. He serves on the States Committee for Economic Development.

James Collings – Chief Information Officer

James is a software engineer specialising in microcontroller / embedded systems. He is a businessman who is interested in better governance, renewable energy and ancient buildings.  He was born in Guernsey, and has ancestry in Guernsey back to the 17th century, and Jersey to the 13th.

Peter Atkinson – Secretary

The former Senior Partner of AFR, a leading firm of Guernsey Advocates, Peter holds directorships with several UK and Guernsey financial and trading companies. He is a former Batonnier, a past Commodore of the Guernsey Yacht Club, and is President of the United Club.

Harry Briggs – Treasurer

Harry trained as a Chartered Certified Accountant with a big 4 firm in London, specialising in providing services to banks. He is now a Senior Manager at a big 4 firm in Guernsey and specialises in investment funds. Whilst in the UK Harry was in the Royal Air Force Intelligence Reserves and was an elected Councillor for Woking Borough Council.

Jeff Whitaker

Jeff is an inventor, entrepreneur and businessman.

Of the above, several members were part of the campaign group which successfully steered the winning Option A campaign in support of Island Wide Voting in October 2018.

The 2020 Association is pro bono – all our Committee Members give their time to it for nothing; and indeed, the costs are borne by them, also.