Sir Trevor Chinn CVO is senior adviser to CVC Capital Partners ltd, chairman of ITIS Holdings, a traffic information company and chairman of Streetcar Limited, the UK's largest car club operator.
He was chairman of the AA from September 2004 to 2007 and of Kwik-Fit from November 2002 to August 2005. He retired in April 2003 as chairman of RAC plc (formerly Lex Service PLC) after 47 years of service.
In June 2008, the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, appointed him as chairman of the Mayor's Fund, an independent charity whose aim is to alleviate poverty and deprivation of children and young people in London.
In 1999 he was appointed by then Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, as vice chair of the Commission for Integrated Transport, stepping down in June 2004. He was also asked to form and continues to chair the Motorists' Forum.
He is on the Board of the Jewish Leadership Council and a member of its Executive Committee, and is vice president of the Jewish Association for Business Ethics and president of the UJIA.