Kenneth Vaughan Grob (September 15, 1921 - December 28, 1991) was a Lloyd's underwriter and co-founder of the short-lived Token, with Tony Vlassopulos. Grob later became the chairman of an affiliated company, the Alexander Howden Group until 1982. However, he was caught up in a scandal in the late 1980's and it affected his health, as he died a few years later. Grob was accused of 16 charges of theft, totalling over $11 million, four charges of false accounting and handling stolen goods and three of publishing false statements due to links to a company in Panama, but was completely cleared of all charges.
His son, Ian Grob, is a retired racing driver who competed in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, European Formula Two and 24 Hours of Daytona. Ian is now a businessman, but had a reasonably long career in the sport.