Marshalls PLC (MSLH.L)
MSLH.L on London Stock Exchange
16 Jan 2019
16 Jan 2019
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|57||2018||Non-Executive Chairman of the Board|
|56||2018||Chief Executive Officer|
|2014||Finance Director, Executive Director|
|2008||Group Company Secretary|
|58||2016||Senior Independent Non-Executive Director|
|2010||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|Ms. Vanda Murray, OBE, is the Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of the Company., effective 9 May 2018. Vanda Murray is the Senior Independent Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee of Bunzl plc, the FTSE 100 global distribution group; she is also a Non-Executive Director of Redrow plc, the FTSE 250 housebuilder, and current Chairman of Fenner plc. Previous non-executive directorships include Microgen plc (until 2016), Carillion plc (until 2014) and SIG plc (until 2011). Vanda is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing, and has wide corporate leadership experience and a proven track record of business performance improvement. Her executive experience covers a wide range of UK and international business roles. Having started her career in marketing, she became Chief Executive of Blick plc, a £100m security, communications and time management solutions group with operations in the UK, Europe and worldwide, in 2001, and managed a business refocus and strategic change programme prior to the successful sale of this business to The Stanley Works Inc, in 2004. Between 2004 and 2006 as Managing Director of Ultraframe plc, she led a significant business turnaround. She has been a non-executive director of Manchester Airports Group since 2010, and Pro-Chancellor and Chair of the Board of Governors of Manchester Metropolitan University since 2014. In 2002, Vanda was awarded an OBE for Services to Industry and to Exports.|
|Mr. Martyn Coffey is the Chief Executive Officer of Marshalls PLC. He was Executive Director of the Company. He has Wide Executive leadership experience: previously Divisional Chief Executive Officer of BDR Thermea Group BV, a leading manufacturer and distributor of domestic and industrial heating and hot water systems operating in 70 countries and with a turnover of €1.8 billion, formed in 2009 from the merger of Baxi and De Dietrich Remeha. Prior to the merger, he was Chief Executive of the private equity-owned Baxi Group. Also held the position of Managing Director of Pirelli Cables where he spent 14 years in the UK, Australia and North America. Holds a BSc in Mathematics.|
|Mr. Jack Clarke is the Finance Director, Executive Director of the Company. He is Chartered Accountant. Joined Marshalls from AMEC Foster Wheeler plc, where he was Executive Vice President and Director of Change Management. He has extensive experience in managing international operations, having previously served as CFO of AMEC’s £850 million power and process division and its US$1.5 billion environment and infrastructure division. He has extensive M&A experience. Previous experience includes senior finance and operational management roles with Halliburton and Mobil Oil. Holds an MSc (Civil Engineering) and BA (Economics and Management).|
|Ms. Cathy Baxandall is the Group Company Secretary of the Company. In addition to her role as Company Secretary, Cathy is General Counsel to the Marshalls Group and has responsibility for compliance and risk management. She also sits on the Marshalls pension scheme trustee board. She has previous experience as Company Secretary and Group Counsel with Silentnight Group, Thistle Hotels plc and Jacuzzi (UK). Qualified as a solicitor with Clifford Chance before becoming a partner in a national law firm, specialising in banking and corporate law. Graduate of the University of Oxford.|
|Mr. Graham Prothero is the Non-Executive Director of the Company, with effect from May 10, 2017. Graham Prothero is a Chartered Accountant and is an Executive Director and Group Chief Financial Officer of Galliford Try plc, the industry-leading FTSE 250 housebuilding, regeneration and construction group. He is also Non-Executive Deputy Chair of the Jigsaw Trust, a charitable trust. Prior to joining Galliford Try plc in 2013, he was Group Finance Director at leading property developer Development Securities PLC (now U+I), having previously held senior finance positions at Taylor Woodrow, the FTSE 100 listed housebuilder, and at Blue Circle Industries plc. Graham also spent 7 years as a partner in the Real Estate, Hospitality and Construction Group of Ernst & Young LLP. He brings current and relevant financial experience in the construction and building materials sector, as well as wider experience in an advisory professional capacity in relation to businesses operating in construction, real estate and other sectors.|
|Ms. Janet E. Ashdown is the Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of the Company. She is a member of its Audit, Remuneration, Nomination and Governance Committees. Janet is also a Non-Executive Director of Coventry Building Society and a member of its Remuneration and Risk Committees and was also recently appointed to the Board of the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority. Janet’s Executive career included 30 years with BP plc, most recently as Director, BP Oil UK Limited, and Head of UK Retail and Commercial Fuels. Between 2010 and 2012 she was CEO of Harvest Energy and is currently Chair of Trustees of the charity “Hope in Tottenham”. External appointments Non-Executive Director of SIG Plc, Coventry Building Society and the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority.|
|Mr. Tim Pile is the Non-Executive Independent Director of Marshalls plc., since 5 October 2010. He is Chairman of Cogent Elliott, the leading independent marketing agency; extensive cross-sector leadership and business experience, particularly in marketing and financial services and formerly Chief Executive Officer of Sainsbury’s Bank. Previous Non-Executive Director roles include Cancer Research UK.|
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