Lord “Jamie” Borwick of Hawkshead, is a British businessman and elected member of the House of Lords. He is Chairman of Federated Trust Corporation Ltd. He was Chief Executive of Manganese Bronze Holdings PLC, best known for the manufacture of the London Taxi, from 1987 to 2001 and then Chairman until 2003. He was founder and owner of electric truck producer Modec in Coventry in 2004. He was Chairman of Route2Mobility Ltd, funding wheelchairs and scooters for disabled people as part of the UK’s Motability scheme, until October 2010. He was also a Deputy Chairman of the board of British Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership. His other business appointments include as Chairman of Countryside Properties (Bicester) Ltd, and Managing Director of Love Lane Investments Ltd. He was a non-executive Director of Hansa Trust plc from 1984 till 2012. He is a trustee of the British Lung Foundation and of the Royal Brompton and Harefield Charity, and became a Trustee of the UK Science Museum Foundation Board in October 2014.