Robinson is general counsel of asset management company Vanguard, and previously held positions at Deloitte, American Express and Citi.
Blackwood was previously chief financial officer of Synthomer, while Lavelle is a former group finance director at Alfred McAlpine.
A recent article argued the UK needs “more directors who understand risk-taking, not virtue signalling” if London is to regain its status.
De Zoete is an entrepreneur, tech founder and alumnus of Silicon Valley start-up accelerator Y Combinator.
Rudd is a former secretary of state for energy and climate change, and led the UK’s participation in the Paris Agreement.
Sheth is a former managing director of Diageo in Southeast Asia, while Kuhn was previously an executive vice-president at CWT.
Lockwood is chief executive of North Star Housing and a board member at the Joseph Rowntree Housing Trust.
Gray is a former chief executive of Telefonica O2 in Ireland, and is chair of the board at Direct Line Insurance Group.
Lord Rose has been appointed as chair of the supermarket retailer, while Dame Alison joins as a non-executive director.
Zheng is executive vice president, China at Schneider Electric, and has held previous senior roles at Dow Jones and Reuters Group.