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Clement Hutton-Mills joins Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral

St Paul’s is delighted to announce that the Bishop of London has appointed Clement Hutton-Mills to the Chapter of St Paul’s Cathedral. 

Canon Hutton-Mills continues his role as a Senior Client Advisor at Rothschild & Co. and brings significant experience in finance, fundraising and governance into the Chapter’s governance of the Cathedral. He is also a Lay Reader in the Church of England attached to St Mary's Church in Primrose Hill. He graduated from the University of Oxford.

Canon Hutton-Mills formally joined the Cathedral Chapter by being installed at St Paul’s during a service of Evening Prayer on Monday 15th March 2021 with the Chapter, Bishop and other ministers present – as far as we know it was the first installation to Chapter behind closed doors since 1868.

As an additional member of Chapter and a Lay Canon, he is a full Chapter member jointly responsible for the governance and oversight of the Cathedral’s work and worship. Lay Canons on Chapter are honorary non-executive appointments, and bring much experience and expertise which is vital to helping shape and implement the policy of Chapter.

At Rothschild & Co, Clement Hutton-Mills advises international private clients, trusts and charities. Before joining Rothschild in 2009, he worked for UBS and JPMorgan. 

Speaking about his appointment, Canon Hutton-Mills said “It is with great delight that I join St Paul’s Chapter as a Lay Canon. I look forward to becoming part of the Cathedral community, and using my experience and skills to advise the cathedral and ensure the mission of St Paul’s continues in the future.” 

The Very Reverend David Ison, Dean of St Paul’s, said: “'The Chapter of St Paul's is delighted to welcome Clement as its newest member. His experience in finance and banking, and his involvement in church ministry as a Reader, mean that he brings very relevant skills and perspectives to help St Paul's in its mission. He will be assisting the Cathedral to navigate through one of the most challenging crises in its history, and help us in our journey towards greater equality and inclusion. We look forward to the contribution he will make to our mission of transformation through encountering the presence of God in Jesus Christ.”