Johnson Matthey PLC (JMAT.L)
JMAT.L on London Stock Exchange
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|60||2018||Non-Executive Chairman of the Board|
|53||2014||Chief Executive, Executive Director|
|2016||Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director|
|2017||General Counsel, Company Secretary|
|2017||Executive Director - Sector Chief Executive, Clean Air|
|68||2017||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|60||2014||Senior Independent Non-Executive Director|
|2017||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|2017||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|2017||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|2018||Investor Relations Director|
|Mr. Patrick Thomas has been appointed as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of the Company., effective from 26th July 2018. He has appointed as Non-Executive Chairman of the Board - Designate of the Company., effective 1st June 2018. Patrick has deep experience in leading international speciality chemicals businesses. He brings to Johnson Matthey an impressive track record of driving growth through science and innovation across global markets. Since 2015 Patrick has been Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Management of Covestro AG, a world leading polymers business. Between 2007 and 2015 he was also Chief Executive Officer of its predecessor, Bayer MaterialScience, prior to its demerger from Bayer AG. Patrick will step down from his role at Covestro AG at the end of May 2018. Before joining Bayer, Patrick spent five years with the global chemical company, Huntsman Corporation, including as President of its Polyurethanes, Performance and Advanced Materials divisions. Prior to this he was Chief Executive of ICI’s polyurethanes business and led its integration into Huntsman. In his earlier career, Patrick held a number of global and regional roles in ICI. Patrick also has strong board experience. He is currently an independent non-executive director of Akzo Nobel N.V., the paints, coating and specialty chemicals group. He was previously an independent non-executive director and member of the Audit and Remuneration Committees of BG Group plc from December 2010 to February 2016. Patrick’s background is in Engineering Science; he has an MA from Oxford University, is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering and a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology.|
|Mr. Robert J. MacLeod is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of Johnson Matthey PLC. He has been appointed as a Chief Executive of the Company effective June 5, 2014. He joined Johnson Matthey as Group Finance Director Designate in June 2009 and assumed his current role in September 2009. Previously he was Group Finance Director of WS Atkins plc and worked in a variety of senior financial roles at Enterprise Oil plc. He is currently a non-executive director of Aggreko plc. He is a Chartered Accountant.|
|Ms. Anna Manz is an Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of the Company., effective 17th October 2016. During her 17 years at Diageo, Anna has held a series of senior financial roles, at both group and regional level, including Finance Director Spirits North America, Group Treasurer and subsequently Finance Director Asia Pacific. As well as strong credentials in financial leadership, Anna brings international experience and deep commercial awareness to Johnson Matthey. In her current role as Group Strategy Director, Anna leads Diageo's strategy and business development activities and also leads the Mainstream Spirits business. Prior to joining Diageo, Anna worked in the Quest International business of Unilever / ICI. Anna is a chemistry graduate and a qualified management accountant. She is a non-executive director of ITV PLC. From June 2012 until August 2013, Anna Manz was a director of Sichuan Shuijingfang Co., Ltd., a company listed on the Shanghai Stock Exchange.|
|Mr. Simon Farrant is an General Counsel, Company Secretary of Johnson Matthey PLC. He joined Johnson Matthey from corporate legal practice in 1994. Appointed Company Secretary in 1999 and Group Legal Director in 2007. He is a Solicitor and Attorney & Counselor-at-Law (State of New York).|
|Mr. John Walker is an Executive Director - Sector Chief Executive, Clean Air of Johnson Matthey Plc., John has been assumed responsibility for Group EHS, Sustainability and Manufacturing Excellence, with effect from 1 October 2015. He joined Johnson Matthey in 1984. Appointed Division Director, Emission Control Technologies in 2009 after holding a series of senior management positions within the division in the USA, Asia and Europe. Appointed Executive Director, Emission Control Technologies in October 2013.|
|Ms. Odile Desforges is an Non-Executive Independent Director of Johnson Matthey PLC. She was Appointed as non-executive director in July 2013. Currently she is non-executive director of Safran SA, the French aerospace, defence and security group, of Dassault Systemes and of Sequana, the global paper manufacturer and distributor. Odile has had a long and distinguished career in the automotive industry, initially with the French Government’s Transport Research Institute and then with Renault SA and AB Volvo. She has held a number of senior executive positions in purchasing and in product planning, development and engineering, including as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Renault-Nissan Purchasing Organization (RNPO) and most recently as Executive Vice President, Engineering and Quality at Renault until her retirement in July 2012. She was appointed a Knight of the French Legion of Honour in 2009.|
|Mr. Alan Murray Ferguson is an Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of Johnson Matthey PLC. Currently a non-executive director of Croda International Plc, The Weir Group PLC and London Mining Plc (where he is chairman of their respective audit committees). He was a previously Chief Financial Officer and a Director of Lonmin Plc. Prior to joining Lonmin, he was Group Finance Director of The BOC Group until late 2006 when the Linde Group acquired BOC. Before joining BOC in 2005, he worked for Inchcape plc for 22 years in a variety of roles including Group Finance Director from 1999 until his departure. He is a Chartered Accountant and sits on the Business Policy Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.|
|Dr. Jane Griffiths is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company., effective 1st January 2017. Jane is currently Company Group Chairman of Janssen EMEA, the research-based pharmaceutical arm of Johnson & Johnson. She joined Johnson & Johnson in 1982 and since then has undertaken a series of roles including international and affiliate strategic marketing, sales management, product management, general management and clinical research. Jane is Chair of the Johnson & Johnson Corporate Citizenship Trust in EMEA, a sponsor of the Johnson & Johnson Women’s Leadership Initiative and a sponsor of the Janssen Global Pharmaceuticals Sustainability Council. Jane has a PhD in Plant Biochemistry/Genetics.|
|Mr. Christopher John Mottershead is Non-Executive Independent Director of Johnson Matthey Plc. Prior to joining King's College in 2009, Chris had a 30 year career at BP, most recently as Global Advisor on Energy Security and Climate Change. Before this, he was Technology Vice President for BP's Global Gas, Power and Renewables businesses, and was also Technical Manager for its North Sea exploration and production activities. He is a Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.|
|Mr. John E. O'Higgins has been appointed as Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company, with effective from 16th November 2017. He is Chief Executive of Spectris plc, a leading supplier of productivity-enhancing instrumentation and controls. He joined the board of Spectris plc as Chief Executive in January 2006. Prior to this John worked for Honeywell in a number of management roles, including as president of automation and control solutions, Asia Pacific. He began his career as a design engineer at Daimler-Benz in Stuttgart. John has a Masters in Mechanical Engineering from Purdue University and an MBA from INSEAD.|
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