Member of Parliament for Hitchin & Harpenden
Bim was first elected as the MP for Hitchin & Harpenden in the 2017 General Election and was re-elected at the 2019 General Election.
Bim's grandfather was an Anglican vicar who emigrated to Britain from Nigeria. Bim's father is a local NHS doctor, and his mother is a pharmacist. Bim studied Modern History at Oxford, following which he worked for the Conservative Party when it was in opposition.
Bim entered parliament with over 10 years experience in business - he was a lawyer in the City, a senior executive at HSBC, and an adviser to several small businesses.
His wife Hetti is also a former lawyer (both working in the City and for the Government); now she runs a small family business with her father. Together they have three boys - Zachary, Sam and Freddie.
Bim has his own website which sets out his recent work and details how you can get in touch with him: www.bimafolami.co.uk