Glencore PLC (GLEN.L)
GLEN.L on London Stock Exchange
21 Sep 2018
21 Sep 2018
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|60||2013||Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board|
|61||2018||Chief Executive Officer|
|48||2005||Chief Financial Officer|
|55||2011||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|73||2013||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|69||2018||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|69||2014||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|2016||IR Contact Officer|
|Dr. Anthony B. Hayward is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of Glencore Plc. He he joined the Board in 2011 as the Senior Independent Director. Experience: Currently a managing partner of St. James Asset Management and AEA Capital. Chairman of Compact GTL Limited and Colombia Oil and Gas. He was CEO of BP plc from 2007–10, having joined BP in 1982. He became group treasurer in 2000, chief executive for BP upstream activities and a member of the main board of BP in 2003. From 2011–15 he was CEO of Genel Energy plc and chairman from 2015–17. Dr Hayward studied geology at Aston University in Birmingham and completed a Ph.D at Edinburgh University. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh.|
|Mr. Ivan Glasenberg is Chief Executive Officer of Glencore Plc. He Initially worked in Glencore’s coal department in South Africa as a marketer. Following time in Australian and Asian offices, in 1990 he was made head of Glencore’s coal marketing and industrial businesses, and remained in this role until he became Group CEO in January 2002. Mr Glasenberg is a Chartered Accountant of South Africa, holds a Bachelor of Accountancy from the University of Witwatersrand and an MBA from the University of Southern California. He is currently a non-executive director of Rusal (HKG: 0486) and Rosneft (MCX:ROSN).|
|Mr. Steven Kalmin is Chief Financial Officer of Glencore Plc. Joined Glencore in September 1999 as general manager of finance and treasury functions at Glencore’s coal industrial unit. He moved to Glencore’s head office in 2003 to oversee Glencore’s accounting functions, becoming CFO in June 2005. In November 2017 he was appointed as a director of Katanga Mining Limited (TSX: KAT). Mr Kalmin holds a Bachelor of Business (with distinction) from the University of Technology, Sydney and is a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and the Financial Services Institute of Australasia. Before joining Glencore, Mr Kalmin worked for nine years at Horwath Chartered Accountants.|
|Mr. John Burton is Company Secretary of Glencore Plc. He was formerly company secretary and general counsel of Informa plc and before that a partner of CMS in London specialising in corporate law. Mr Burton holds a B.A. degree in Law from Durham University. He was admitted as a Solicitor in England and Wales in 1990.|
|Mr. Peter Roland Coates is Non-Executive Director of Glencore Plc. Prior to joining Glencore in 1994 as a senior executive in the coal department, Mr Coates had occupied senior positions in a range of resource companies. He joined Xstrata in 2002 as CEO of Xstrata’s coal business, when Glencore sold its Australian and South African coal assets to Xstrata, stepping down in December 2007. He was non-executive chairman of (1) Xstrata Australia from 2008–09, (2) Minara Resources Ltd from 2008–11 and (3) Santos Limited from 2009–13 and 2015–18. He is currently a non-executive director of Event Hospitality and Entertainment Limited (ASX:EVT). Mr Coates holds a degree in Mining Engineering from the University of New South Wales.|
|Mr. Leonhard H. Fischer is Independent Non-Executive Director of Glencore Plc. Mr Fischer is founder and chairman of the investment committee of DFG Deutsche Fondsgesellschaft SE Invest. Member of the board of Gesellschaft zuer Foerderung der Frankfurter Wertpapierboerst e.V. He was CEO of BHF Kleinwort Benson group S.A. from 2009–16. He was CEO of Winterthur group from 2003–06 and a member of the executive board of Credit Suisse group from 2004–07. He joined Credit Suisse from Allianz, where he had been a member of the management board. Mr Fischer holds an M.A. in Finance from the University of Georgia.|
|Mr. John J. Mack is Independent Non-Executive Director of Glencore Plc. Mr Mack is the chairman of Lantern Credit, a non-executive director of Lending Club (NYSE:LC) and also serves on the board of Tri Alpha. He also serves on the board of Trustees of New York-Presbyterian Hospital and the University Hospitals of both Columbia and Cornell. Mr Mack previously served as CEO of Morgan Stanley from 2005–09. He retired as chairman in 2011. Mr Mack first joined Morgan Stanley in May 1972, becoming a board director in 1987 and president in 1993. Before rejoining Morgan Stanley as chairman and CEO in 2005, Mr Mack served as co-CEO of Credit Suisse. Mr Mack is a graduate of Duke University.|
|Ms. Gill Marcus is Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company, since January 1, 2018. Ms Marcus was Governor of the South African Reserve Bank from 2009–14. She worked in exile for the African National Congress from 1970 before returning to South Africa in 1990. In 1994 she was elected to the South African Parliament. In 1996 she was elected as the deputy minister of finance and 1999 the deputy governor of the Reserve Bank. Ms Marcus was the non-executive chair of the Absa Group from 2007–09. She has also been a non-executive director of Gold Fields Ltd and Bidvest. She acted as chair of a number of South African regulatory bodies, including the Financial Services Board and the Standing Committee for the Revision of the Banks Act. Ms Marcus is a graduate of the University of South Africa.|
|Ms. Patrice E. Merrin is Independent Non-Executive Director of Glencore Plc. Ms Merrin is currently a nonexecutive director of Kew Media Group Inc. (TSX:KEW). She has been a director and then chairman of CML Healthcare from 2008–13, and a director of various other companies including Stillwater Mining, NB Power and Arconic. Following initial roles with Molson and Canadian Pacific, Ms Merrin worked at Sherritt, the Canadian diversified miner, for 10 years until 2004, latterly as COO. She then became CEO of Luscar, Canada’s largest thermal coal producer. Ms Merrin was a director of the Alberta Climate Change and Emissions Management Corporation from 2009–14. Ms Merrin is a graduate of Queen’s University, Ontario and completed the Advanced Management Programme at INSEAD.|
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