People: Getlink SE (GETP.PA)
22 Aug 2019
Mr. Peter Levene has been Non-Executive Independent Director at GETLINK S.E. since 2012. He is Member of the Strategy and Sustainable Development Committee and Corporate Committee at the Company. He is a Foundation Shareholder of Eurotunnel, joined the defense group United Scientific Holdings in 1963, and rose to the post of group chairman in 1981. Subsequently, he was asked by the secretary of state for Defense to act as his personal advisor in the MoD, and then as permanent secretary in the role of chief of Defense Procurement, a position which he held for six years. He thereafter held the post of advisor to the secretary of state for the Environment, to the president of the Board of Trade and to the chancellor of the exchequer. He was appointed as advisor to the prime minister on efficiency and effectiveness from 1992 to 1997. During this period, he also served as chairman of the Docklands Light Railway and then chairman and chief executive of Canary Wharf Limited. He served as a member of the board of J. Sainsbury plc from 2001-2004 and of Total SA from 2005-2011. He is currently chairman of General Dynamics UK Limited, Starr Underwriting Agents Limited and Tikehau Investments Limited, vice-president of Starr International Company, Inc, and a member of the board of Haymarket Group Limited. He is a member of House of Lords artificial intelligence committee and was a member of the House of Lords economic affairs committee from 2008-2013. He served as sheriff of London from 1995-1996 and as lord mayor of London for the year 1998-1999. He received a knighthood in 1989 and became a life peer in July 1997 as Lord Levene of Portsoken. Previously, he served as chairman of Lloyd’s of London, a specialist insurance and reinsurance market from 2002-2011, after having been vice-chairman of Deutsche Bank. Prior to this, he held the position of chairman of Bankers Trust International, Morgan Stanley and Wasserstein Perella.
|Total Annual Compensation, EUR||41,025|
|Restricted Stock Award, EUR||--|
|Long-Term Incentive Plans, EUR||--|
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|Fiscal Year Total, EUR||41,025|