SThree PLC (STHR.L)
STHR.L on London Stock Exchange
Change (% chg)
|69||2010||Non-Executive Chairman of the Board|
|2013||Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director|
|2008||Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director|
|2017||Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director|
|2013||Group Company Secretary, Legal Director|
|48||2017||Senior Non-Executive Independent Director|
|Mr. Clayton M. Brendish, CBE is a Non-Executive Chairman of the Board of Sthree Plc. He joined the SThree Board in May 2010 as Non Executive Chairman. In September 2017 he was appointed Lead Independent Director of Richemont. Clay is currently Director of the Test and Itchen Association Limited. In December 2012, Clay was appointed a Trustee of the Wessex Chalk Stream and Rivers Trust. From 2005 until 2015 Clay was Non Executive Chairman of Anite plc and served on the Remuneration and Nominations Committees. From 2001 until 2011 he was a Non Executive Director of BT plc and served on the Remuneration and Audit Committees.|
|Mr. Gary Elden is Chief Executive Officer, Executive Director of Sthree Plc. He was appointed to the Board in July 2008, having been with the Group since 1990, when he joined Computer Futures. He has held a number of senior positions, including that of founding Managing Director of Huxley Associates. In his role as Chief Strategy Officer, he had responsibility for the expansion of the Group’s international operations and non-ICT disciplines. In June 2012, he was appointed as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and took over from Russell Clements as Chief Executive Officer on 1 January, 2013.|
|Mr. Alex Smith is Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of Sthree Plc. Mr. Smith joined SThree having held a number of senior financial and operational roles in the leisure and retail sectors. He previously held the position of Integration Finance Director at TUI Travel PLC and he was Finance Director of First Choice’s UK Mainstream business. Prior to these positions he was Managing Director of WH Smith’s Travel Retail business and held senior financial roles at Travelodge and Forte PLC. Alex has a degree in Economics from Durham University and is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales.|
|Mr. Justin Hughes is Chief Operating Officer, Executive Director of the Company. Mr. Hughes joined SThree in 1994, as a trainee recruitment consultant at Progressive. Making dynamic progress to Sales Director and ultimately to Managing Director of Progressive. In 2007, he was the strategic driving force behind Progressive’s international and global growth, as well as overseeing the business’ diversification into new market sectors, notably Pharmaceuticals, Oil and Gas. An SThree Main Board appointee since June 2012, Justin is currently Chief Operating Officer, charged with driving the sustainable growth of the business through effective Operations and customer service. He holds an Honours Degree in Economics and is a graduate of the Senior Executive Program at Columbia University, New York.|
|Mr. Steve C. Hornbuckle is Group Company Secretary, Legal Director of the Company. Steve Hornbuckle joined the Group as Company Secretary in October 2006, taking charge of Investor Relations matters in 2011 and was appointed Legal Director in 2013. Steve has over 25 years of company secretarial experience, having held senior positions within a variety of listed companies, including Intertek Group plc, BPB plc, Kidde plc, Railtrack Group plc, London & Manchester Group plc and English China Clays plc. Steve is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries (‘ICSA’), sits on the ICSA Company Secretaries’ Forum and Investor Relations Society Policy Committee and was voted Company Secretary of the Year in 2011.|
|Mr. Barrie C. Brien is Non-Executive Director of the Company. He was appointed to the SThree Board, Audit, Nomination and Remuneration Committee on 11th September 2017. Barrie is the former Group Chief Executive of Creston plc (a media and marketing communications group) stepping down in April 2017 following its sale and de-listing. Barrie was also Chief Operating and Financial Officer of Creston plc from 2004 to 2014 and was extensively involved in the growth of the group with its buy and build strategy. Barrie currently sits on the Professional Business Services (PBS) Council, which advises government on key issues facing the professions. Prior to Creston plc, Barrie was previously Chief Operating and Financial Officer for EMEA at Lowe and Draft Worldwide, having joined Lowe & Partners in 1998 as Chief Financial Officer for Lowe UK; and spent six years at Saatchi & Saatchi, where he held senior positions across Europe and North America. In addition to the extensive public company experience, including M&A, fundraisings and investor relations, Barrie has spent thirty years working in global creative, digital, marketing and media companies advising clients across multiple industries on their marketing and communication.|
|Ms. Denise R. Collis is a Non-Executive Director of Sthree Plc. She was appointed to the SThree Board, Nomination Committee and Remuneration Committee on 1 July 2016, and became Chair of the Remuneration Committee on 1 September 2016. Denise is also a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee at Connect Group plc. In addition, she is Chair of the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Advisory Council at the British Heart Foundation, and sits on two University Business School Advisory Boards. Previously, Denise was Chief People Officer for Bupa. She has extensive international Human Resources and executive committee experience, and has also held senior roles in 3iGroup plc, EY, Standard Chartered plc and HSBC.|
|Ms. Anne Fahy is a Non-Executive Director of Sthree Plc. She was appointed to the SThree Board, the Nomination Committee and as Chair of the Audit Committee in October 2015. Anne is also Non Executive Director and Chair of the Audit Committee at Interserve, the international support services and construction company, Nyrstar, a global multi-metals business, with a market leading position in zinc and lead and from the 1st March 2018 Coats plc, a global industrial thread and consumer textile crafts business. Prior to joining SThree, Anne was Chief Financial Officer of BP’s Aviation Fuels business. During her 27 years at BP, Anne has gained extensive experience of global business, developing markets, risk management, internal control, compliance and strategy development in BP’s aviation, petrochemicals, trading and retail sectors. Anne is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, having worked at KPMG in Ireland and Australia prior to joining BP in 1988.|
|Mr. James Bilefield is Senior Non-Executive Independent Director of the Company. James Bilefeld was appointed to the SThree Board, and to the Remuneration, Audit and Nomination Committees, on 1st October 2017. James joined the Board of Stagecoach Group plc on 1 February 2016, where he currently serves on the Remuneration and Nomination Committees and chairs the Digital and Technology Committee. Other appointments include Cruise. co (Chairman), McKinsey & Company (Senior Advisor), Advent International (Industry Advisor) and Teach First (Trustee). James has an international track record of successfully growing digital businesses. He managed the digital transformation of media group, Condé Nast, across 27 countries, scaled Skype’s global operations as part of its founding management team and held senior management roles at Yahoo! during its major growth phase. Formerly CEO of global advertising technology company, OpenX, he also co-founded the UK local information business, UpMyStreet, following a successful investment banking career at JP Morgan Chase.|
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