Adam Franks

20 December 2019

Adam joined Albion’s board of directors in 2009 as a non-executive director.

After graduating from Manchester University, Adam qualified as a chartered accountant in 1996, and as a chartered financial analyst a few years later. He also holds an MSc in sports management and business of football.

Adam worked at KPMG and subsequently ING Barings before using his considerable business acumen to build and grow businesses relating to the professional sports and financial markets. He is currently chairman of Blue and White Capital, a single family office that specialises in private and public equity investments.

His favourite football memory is Albion’s first league game played at the Amex - particularly the atmosphere in the days ahead of the game, the unforgettable sea of blue and white flags, and the incredible roar when Will Buckley scored to secure a late 2-1 win against Doncaster.

Adam is married with three daughters. He is a keen reader and enjoys watching as much sport as possible.