Sajid Javid, MP
Conservative MP for Bromsgrove. Entered Parliament May 6th General Election 2010.
Sajid was born in London and is one of five sons; his father is a bus driver. Sajid went to state schools before studying Economics and Politics at Exeter University. It was here he joined the Conservative Party and met his future wife.
At the age of 24, Sajid became the Vice President of Chase Manhattan Bank. He was later headhunted by Deutsche Bank in London to help build its business in poorer countries, and left as a senior Managing Director in the summer of 2009 to try to give something back through politics. Sajid is considered to be global leader in trying to raise investment in poorer countries. Sajid has also been involved in community work all his life, raising money for the Disaster's Emergency Committee and hiking to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro.
He is a Trustee of Westminster Children's Society, London's largest childcare charity. Since being selected, Sajid has moved to the constituency, with his wife Laura and their four children aged between 1-10.