Theresa May’s plans for a clampdown on boardroom excess and to put worker representatives on boards unnerved many business leaders, but Saker Nusseibeh was cheering. Nusseibeh is the chief executive and chief investment officer of Hermes Investment Management – one of the UK’s biggest fund managers. Formed from the giant BT pension fund Hermes, it manages billions of pounds of investment, holding shares in Britain biggest companies and many overseas. He is a particular fan of the idea of workers on boards. ‘It reminds the board that a company is not just run for executives,’ he declares.