Micro Focus International PLC (MCRO.L)
MCRO.L on London Stock Exchange
15 Feb 2019
15 Feb 2019
Change (% chg)
|2011||Executive Chairman of the Board|
|50||2018||Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director|
|54||2018||Chief Financial Officer|
|53||2016||Chief Executive Officer - SUSE, Executive Director|
|2018||Chief Human Resource Officer|
|45||2018||Chief Revenue Officer|
|54||2018||Director - M&A|
|65||2014||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|48||2016||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|43||2017||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|45||2017||Independent Non-Executive Director|
|2010||Senior Non-Executive Independent Director|
|Head of Corporate Communications and Investor Relations|
|Mr. Kevin Loosemore is an Executive Chairman of the Board of Micro Focus International plc, since April 14, 2011. Kevin was previously non-executive Chairman of Morse plc, a non-executive director of Nationwide Building Society and a non-executive director of the Big Food Group plc. His most recent executive roles were as Chief Operating Officer of Cable & Wireless plc, President of Motorola Europe, Middle East and Africa, and before that, he was Chief Executive of IBM UK Limited. Kevin was appointed non-executive Chairman of the Company in 2005 and Executive Chairman in April 2011. He has a degree in politics and economics from Oxford University.|
|Mr. Stephen Murdoch is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of the Company. Stephen has held senior executive positions in general management, sales and strategy with IBM and Dell. Most recently, he was the General Manager of Europe, Middle East & Africa for Dell’s Public Sector and Large Commercial Enterprise business unit. Stephen joined Micro Focus on 5 November 2012 and previously served as a director from 16 April 2014 before stepping down on 20 November 2014 to assist with the balance between independent and nonindependent directors following the acquisition of TAG.|
|Mr. Chris Kennedy is Chief Financial Officer of the Company. Chris Kennedy was Chief Financial Officer of ARM Holdings plc from September 2015 to April 2017. Prior to that, Chris was Group Finance Director of easyJet plc for five years. He currently serves as a non-executive director on the board of Whitbread plc and as a trustee of the EMI Group Archive Trust and the Great Ormond Street Hospital Trust.|
|Mr. Nils Brauckmann is Chief Executive Officer - SUSE, Executive Director of the Company. Nils is Chief Executive Officer of SUSE which he has led since May 2011. Prior to this, Nils gained more than 20 years of management and leadership experience in the IT industry, serving in crossfunctional and international management positions in companies such as WRQ (acquired by TAG in 2004), Novell, and Siemens Nixdorf, where he started his technology career.|
|Mr. Ian R. Fraser is Chief Human Resource Officer of the Company. Ian Fraser will join Micro Focus as Chief Human Resources Officer, having held similar roles at RELX Group and BHP Billiton.|
|Mr. Jonathan Hunter is Chief Revenue Officer of the Company. Hunter joins Micro Focus from BMC where he most recently served as Senior Vice President for Worldwide Strategic Sales. Prior to BMC, Jon led OpenText's 3,200-person global sales and services group. Jon has previously held various senior leadership roles, including General Manager (GM) ofNorth Americaduring an eighteen-year career at CA Technologies. During his career, Jon has consistently driven improved revenue performance through excellence in sales execution, improving customers' ease of doing business and bringing new innovation including cloud and digital capabilities to market.|
|Mr. Mike S. Phillips re-designated as Director - M&A of the Company. He is no longer Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of Micro Focus International plc. Mike joined Micro Focus on 7 September 2010 and was previously Chief Executive Officer at Morse plc, following his initial role as Group Finance Director. Mike left Morse plc in July 2010 following the turnaround and successful corporate sale to 2e2 in June 2010. From 1998 to 2007, Mike was Group Finance Director at Microgen plc and played a lead role in the transformation of the Company to an international software and services business with sustainable and profitable growth. Earlier roles include seven years’ corporate finance work at Smith & Williamson, as well as two years at PricewaterhouseCoopers where he led the UK technology team, reporting to the global Head of Corporate Finance for the Technology Sector. Mike began his career at Peat Marwick Mitchell & Co (now KPMG).|
|Ms. Lawton Wehle Fitt is the Non-Executive Director of the Company. Lawton currently serves on the boards of Ciena Corporation, The Progressive Corporation and The Carlyle Group. She was previously a non-executive director at ARM plc and Thomson Reuters. Lawton worked at Goldman Sachs & Co. for over 23 years, with roles in the bank's investment banking, equities and asset management divisions. Lawton graduated from Brown University and has an MBA from the Darden School of the University of Virginia.|
|Mr. Richard Atkins is Non-Executive Independent Director of Micro Focus International plc. He is currently a non-executive director of Aon UK Limited and Chairman of Acora Limited, Entanet International Limited and Miles 33 Limited. He was previously a non-executive director at Compel plc, Morse plc, Global Crossing (UK) Telecommunications Ltd, Global Crossing (UK) Finance plc and Message Labs Ltd. He was previously non-executive Chairman of TripleArc plc, Easynet and 7city. He has spent the majority of his career within the IT industry, most recently at IBM Global Services, where he held a number of senior general management positions. Richard qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young.|
|Ms. Amanda Brown is an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. Ms. Brown is Group Human Resources Director of Hiscox Ltd. Prior to this Amanda worked for Mars, PepsiCo and Whitbread in senior human resources roles in Europe and internationally. Previous roles include Compensation and Benefits Director for PepsiCo’s restaurants division in Europe and Africa; Group Compensation and Benefits Director for hotel and restaurant company, Whitbread; and, Human Resources Director for Marriott Hotels in the UK. Amanda began her career at Mars Confectionery where she joined as an English graduate from Reading University.|
|Mr. Darren Roos is an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company, effective 15th May 2017. He is a technology leader who has spent nearly 20 years building businesses worldwide. Darren, who is South African, spent 9 years with Software AG and served on its board. Over the past 3 years with SAP he has been responsible for the SAP Northern European business. Darren is currently the President of SAP's S/4HANA ERP Cloud business, where he guides SAP's customers on their journey to innovation through digital transformation.|
|Ms. Silke Christina Scheiber is an Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company, effective 15th May 2017. She was an investment professional at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. Partners LLP, London, UK from July 1999 and became member in 2012. She retired from KKR in 2015. Prior to KKR, Silke worked at Goldman, Sachs & Company oHG, Frankfurt, Germany from 1996 to 1999. Silke, who is Austrian, graduated from the University of St. Gallen, Switzerland. During the past five years Silke was a former director of Kion Group AG, Germany and WMF AG, Germany and is a current director of CNH Industrial N.V., the Netherlands.|
|Ms. Karen Slatford is the Senior Non-Executive Independent Director of Micro Focus International plc. She is Chair of The Foundry, a leading special effects software company and Draper Esprit plc, an AIM listed venture capital firm and non-executive director of Intelliflo Ltd and Accesso Technology Group plc. Prior to her current board responsibilities, she has held various roles at board level since 2001 at a range of technology companies, including e-conomic international, Cambridge Broadband Networks Ltd, Portwise AB, Via Networks, Inc., Compel Group plc, HAL Knowledge Systems and Stepstone ASA. Karen began her career at ICL before spending 20 years at Hewlett- Packard, where in 2000 she became Vice President and General Manager Worldwide Sales & Marketing for the Business Customer Organization, responsible for sales of all Hewlett-Packard products, services and software to business customers globally. Karen holds a BA Honours degree in European Studies from Bath University and a Diploma in Marketing.|
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