Ocado Group PLC (OCDO.L)
OCDO.L on London Stock Exchange
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|68||2013||Non-Executive Chairman of the Board|
|48||Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director|
|52||2012||Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director|
|53||2015||Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director|
|53||2015||Group General Counsel, Executive Director, Company Secretary|
|2010||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|48||2016||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|51||2011||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|58||2003||Non-Executive Independent Director|
|2013||Head - Investor Relations & Corporate Finance|
|Lord Stuart Alan Rose is Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Ocado Group PLC., effective May 10, 2013. He Chairman of Fat Face Group Limited; Chairman of Stylemania Limited, trading as Dressipi; Non-Executive Director of RM2 International S.A.; Non-Executive Director of Woolworths Holdings Limited, listed in South Africa; Chairman of Majid Al Futtaim Retail based in Dubai; Non-Executive Director of Time Out Group plc; Chairman of Zenith. Lord Rose has worked in retail for over 40 years. He has held Chief Executive Officer positions at Argos plc, Booker plc, Arcadia Group plc and Marks and Spencer plc. He was Chairman of Marks and Spencer plc from 2008 to 2011. Lord Rose was knighted in 2008 for services to the retail industry and corporate social responsibility, and granted a life peerage in August 2014.|
|Mr. Timothy Steiner, (Tim) is Chief Executive Officer of Ocado Group PLC. Tim is the founding Chief Executive Officer of Ocado, which he started in 2000. Prior to Ocado, he spent eight years at Goldman Sachs, during which time he was based in London, Hong Kong and New York in the Fixed Income division. Tim graduated from Manchester University in 1992 with an honours degree in Economics, Finance and Accountancy.|
|Mr. Duncan Tatton-Brown is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of Ocado Group Plc., since September 1, 2012. Prior to joining Ocado, Mr. Duncan Senior Independent Director and Audit Committee Chairman of Zoopla Property Group plc. Prior to joining Ocado, Duncan was Chief Financial Officer of Fitness First plc, and previously Group Finance Director of Kingfisher plc, one of the world’s largest home improvement retailers. He has also been Finance Director of B&Q plc, Chief Financial Officer of Virgin Entertainment Group and held various senior finance positions at Burton Group Plc. Duncan holds a master’s degree in Engineering from King’s College, Cambridge. He is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants.|
|Mr. Mark Richardson is Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director of Ocado Group plc., since January 23, 2012. Mark was Head of Technology at Ocado from 2001 until he joined the Board in 2012. He is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Ocado operation, including CFCs, logistics developments, customer service, business planning, engineering and technology. Mark is a Director of Paneltex Limited, a company in which the Group holds a 25% shareholding. Prior to joining Ocado, Mark held a number of IT positions at the John Lewis Partnership, including Head of Selling Systems at Waitrose. He graduated from University College, London with a degree in Physics.|
|Mr. Neill Abrams is Group General Counsel, Executive Director, Company Secretary of Ocado Group PLC. Neill was on the founding team of Ocado, joining the Board in 2000. He has Board responsibility for legal, insurance, risk management, human resources and Corporate Responsibility. Prior to Ocado, he was a barrister in practice at One Essex Court and spent nine years at Goldman Sachs in London in the investment banking and legal divisions. Neill holds degrees in industrial psychology and law from the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and a Masters in Law from Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge. He is a member of the Bar of England and Wales, the New York Bar and a South Africa Advocate. Non-Executive Director of Mr Price Group Limited, listed in South Africa|
|Mr. Luke Jensen is Executive Director of the Company. Luke joined Ocado in February 2017 to lead the Ocado Solutions business and since then he has overseen significant progress with the signing of three international partnerships including Sobeys Inc. in Canada and Groupe Casino in France. Luke also manages the relationship with existing Ocado Solutions client, Morrisons, who successfully launched its store pick operations utilising the OSP platform in 2017. Luke has extensive experience in strategy, online and grocery retailing. Prior to joining Ocado, Luke was a Senior Advisor at the Boston Consulting Group and previously Group Development Director at Sainsbury's, with responsibility for all online and digital activities.|
|Mr. Andrew John Harrison is Non-Executive Director of the Company, effective 01, March 2016. He is Andrew was appointed as Chairman of Carphone Warehouse Ltd in December 2017, having previously served as Deputy Group Chief Executive of Dixons Carphone Plc since August 2014 and prior to that as Chief Executive Officer of Carphone Warehouse Plc. Having joined in 1995, Andrew was appointed UK CEO of Carphone Warehouse in 2001. He led the growth of the UK business to become the market leader in the mobile sector, and developed the fixed line strategy which led to the creation of the TalkTalk division. Andrew was responsible for taking Carphone Warehouse to the US in 2006, and instrumental in the creation of the highly successful Best Buy Mobile JV. From 2009 Andrew was responsible for both Carphone Warehouse and Phone House operations, becoming Chief Executive Officer of the Best Buy JV in 2010. Andrew graduated with a BA in Management Studies from the University of Leeds in 1992.|
|Ms. Ruth Anderson is Non-Executive Independent Director of Ocado Group PLC. Ruth Non-Executive Director of Travis Perkins plc; Non-Executive Director of Coats Group plc; Trustee and Director of The Royal Parks; Trustee of The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award. Since retiring from KPMG eight years ago Ruth has gained non-executive director experience at three UK listed companies and chairs the audit committee at all three. Ruth will be retiring from the role of Non-Executive Director at Coats Group plc in May 2018. She was a vice-chairman of the accounting and advisory firm KPMG in the UK from 2004 to 2009 and a member of the KPMG UK board from 1998 to 2004. She is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales and a member of the Chartered Institute of Taxation.|
|Ms. Emma Lloyd is Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company, effective 1 December 2016. Emma Lloyd As Sky’s Group Director of Business Development and Strategic Partnerships Emma identifies and nurtures key strategic relationships with Sky’s technology partners. Emma has overseen the creation of Sky’s start-up venture investment function and US presence, leading to the investment in over 20 technology start-ups. Emma graduated with a BA Joint Hons in Management Studies and Geography from the University of Leeds in 1992.|
|Mr. Douglas McCallum is Non-Executive Independent Director of Ocado Group PLC. Douglas has been a pioneer of the Internet industry for a number of years, having been at eBay Inc. from 2001 to 2014, where he led the UK business and then turned around the pan-European business. Prior to joining eBay Inc. he was founder and general manager of a number of businesses in the Internet, broadcasting, software and hardware industries. Douglas read Politics, Philosophy and Economics at the University of Oxford, and has an MBA from Harvard Business School.|
|Mr. Jorn Rausing is Non-Executive Independent Director of Ocado Group PLC. He is Group Board Member of Tetra Laval; Board Member of Alfa Laval AB; Board Member of DeLaval Holding AB; Member of the Board of Governors of the Museum of London. Jörn has over 25 years’ experience in corporate development and international mergers and acquisitions. Jörn holds a degree in Business Administration from Lund University, Sweden. Andrew|
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