British Deputy High Commissioner Ahmedabad

Geoff Wain

Geoff Wain

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Biography

Geoff Wain, British Deputy High Commissioner Ahmedabad

Date Location Designation
2015 to date Ahmedabad, India Deputy High Commissioner
2013 - 2015 London Team Leader - Afghan Operations, Pakistan and Afghanistan Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2012 - 2013 London Head of Programme Management Office, Corporate Services Programme, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2012 British Embassy Podgorica, Republic of Montenegro Deputy Head of Mission/Chargé d’Affaires
2011 - 2012 London Head of Resource Management Unit, Directorate-General (Operations), Foreign and Commonwealth Office
2008 - 2011 British Embassy Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany First Secretary Head of Corporate Services
2003 - 2008 London Head of Human Resources Management and Policy Unit, UK Trade & Investment
2000 - 2003 British Embassy Manila, Republic of the Philippines Second Secretary (Trade & Investment)
1995 - 1999 British High Commission Maseru, Kingdom of Lesotho Deputy High Commissioner/Aid Secretary
1994-1995 London Second Secretary, Eastern Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1992 - 1994 London Third Secretary, Non-Proliferation and Defence Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1989 - 1992 British Consulate-General Istanbul, Republic of Turkey Third Secretary (Immigration)
1989 British High Commission Yaoundé, Republic of Cameroon Acting Second/Third Secretary
1986 - 1988 British High Commission Islamabad, Islamic Republic of Pakistan Third Secretary (Corporate Services)
1985 - 1986 London Head of Registry, Information Department, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1984 - 1985 London Attaché, Hong Kong Dept, Foreign and Commonwealth Office
1983 - 1984 London Attaché, European Community Dept (Internal), Foreign and Commonwealth Office

British Deputy High Commissioner Ahmedabad

In some countries, the Deputy High Commissioner leads a subordinate office to the High Commission in another major city. The Deputy High Commissioner fulfils a similar role to a Consul General, representing the UK government and typically responsible for consular, visa and trade activities in their city or region.