Halma PLC (HLMA.L)
HLMA.L on London Stock Exchange
Change (% chg)
|60||2013||Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board|
|2005||Group Chief Executive, Executive Director|
|55||1998||Finance Director, Executive Director|
|2014||Sector Chief Executive - Medical, Executive Director|
|2016||Sector Chief Executive - Infrastructure Safety|
|2017||Group Talent and Communications Director, Executive Director|
|2016||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|56||2016||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|63||2015||Senior Non-Executive Independent Director|
|2011||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|48||2014||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|Mr. Paul Ashton Walker is Non-Executive Independent Chairman of the Board of the Company. Paul was appointed non-executive Chairman of Halma in July 2013, having been appointed to the Board in April 2013. He was CEO at The Sage Group plc from 1994 to 2010 and has previously served on the boards of Diageo plc and Mytravel Group plc. Paul qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young.|
|Mr. Andrew J. Williams is Group Chief Executive and Executive Director of Halma Plc. Andrew was appointed Group Chief Executive of Halma plc in February 2005. He is a Chartered Engineer and joined the Group in 1994 as Manufacturing Director of Reten Acoustics (now HWM-Water), becoming Managing Director in 1997. Andrew became a member of the Halma Executive Board in 2002 and was promoted to the Halma plc Board in July 2004. Andrew is a non-executive director of Capita plc.|
|Mr. Kevin J. Thompson is Finance Director and Executive Director of Halma Plc. Kevin was appointed to the Halma plc Board in 1998, having been appointed as Finance Director in 1997. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse and joined Halma in the role of Group Financial Controller in 1987. Kevin became a member of the Executive Board in 1995. He has functional responsibility for finance, tax & treasury, risk & internal audit and health & safety.|
|Mr. Adam J. Meyers is Sector Chief Executive - Medical, Executive Director of Halma Plc. Adam was appointed to the Halma plc Board in 2008. He became a member of the Halma Executive Board in 2003, in the position of Divisional Chief Executive, having previously been Assistant Divisional Chief Executive. He joined Halma in 1996 as President of Bio-Chem Valve. Adam is responsible for all companies within Halma’s Medical and Environmental & Analysis sectors.|
|Mr. Paul Simmons is Sector Chief Executive - Infrastructure Safety of the Company. He was appointed to the Executive Board in July 2016. He joined Halma in April 2010 and led businesses, including Avire and Apollo, before becoming Sector Vice President. Paul holds a degree in Production Engineering and, prior to joining Halma, he spent 13 years at 3M. He is responsible for all companies within Halma’s Process Safety and Infrastructure Safety sectors.|
|Ms. Jennifer Ward is Group Talent and Communications Director, Executive Director of the Company. Jennifer was appointed to the Halma plc Board in September 2016. She became a member of the Halma Executive Board in March 2014. Prior to joining Halma, as Group Talent Director, Jennifer spent over 15 years leading HR, Talent and Organisational Development for divisions of PayPal, Bank of America and Honeywell. Jennifer has global responsibility for talent development and communications across the Group, with a strong focus on Halma’s senior management and the boards of its subsidiary businesses.|
|Ms. Carol T. Chesney is Company Secretary of Halma Plc. Carol was appointed Company Secretary of Halma plc in 1998. She joined Halma in 1995 as Group Finance Manager having spent three years with English China Clays plc. She qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Arthur Andersen.|
|Ms. Carole Cran is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Carole was appointed a non-executive Director of Halma plc in January 2016. She is Chief Financial Officer at Forth Ports Ltd, having held the same position at Aggreko plc until December 2017. Prior to that, she held a number of senior financial roles since joining Aggreko in 2004. Carole qualified as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG and worked for seven years at BAE Systems plc in a range of senior financial positions, which included four years in Australia.|
|Ms. Jo Harlow is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Jo was appointed a non-executive Director of Halma plc in October 2016. Jo has held international positions, most recently at Microsoft and previously at Nokia. Before her move into consumer electronics, Jo worked on strategic marketing at Reebok and Procter & Gamble.|
|Mr. William Anthony Rice is Senior Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Tony was appointed a non-executive Director of Halma plc in August 2014 and as Senior Independent Director in July 2015. He was formerly the senior independent director and remuneration committee chair of Spirit Pub Company plc. Earlier in his career, Tony was Chief Executive Officer of Cable & Wireless Communications plc, CEO of Tunstall Plc and held a number of senior roles in BAE Systems plc (including British Aerospace).|
|Ms. Daniela Barone Soares is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Daniela was appointed a non-executive Director of Halma plc in November 2011. She is currently CEO of Granito & Capital and was previously CEO of Impetus – The Private Equity Foundation, having held senior roles at Save the Children, BancBoston Capital, Goldman Sachs and Citibank. Daniela is a non-executive Director of Evora S.A., a company listed on the Sao Paolo Exchange, which operates businesses in manufacturing and forestry.|
|Mr. Roy M. Twite is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. Roy was appointed a non-executive Director of Halma plc in July 2014. He is an executive director at IMI plc, the FTSE 250 specialist engineering company, having been appointed to the board in February 2007. During his career with IMI, Roy has led all of the divisions including Severe Service (2011), Fluid Power (2009), Beverage and Merchandising (2007) and Indoor Climate (2004).|
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