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Appointed to the Board in June 2011, Philip became Chairman in
May 2014. Philip is also Chairman of both the Nominations and
Business Integrity Committees. Philip was Chief Executive of United
Utilities Group PLC from 2006 to 2011. His earlier business
experience includes serving as Chief Executive of Royal P&O
Nedlloyd, as a Director and Chief Operating Officer at Reuters
Group PLC and as a Chief Operating Officer at DHL for Europe
He is Non-Executive Chairman of US industrial services company, BakerCorp, Senior Independent Director of Saga plc, and Chairman Designate of Williams & Glyn Bank Limited. In 2004, Philip founded Hope Through Action, a charity in the UK and South Africa committed to helping disadvantaged young people develop life skills through sport. He is also chairman of Sentebale, a charity set up by Prince Harry for disadvantaged young people in Lesotho. Philip was awarded a CBE in the 2014 Queen's Birthday Honours List. He received the award for services to business and to charity in the UK and South Africa.
Richard has been Chief Executive since 1 January 2012. He served
as the Chief Operating Officer from September 2010 to 31 December
2011 having been appointed to the Board in December 2009 as
Executive Director with responsibility for the Middle East, North
Africa and UK Construction businesses and for the Group's Health
& Safety and Sustainability programmes.
Prior to appointment to the Board, Richard was Managing Director of Carillion's Middle East and North Africa businesses before which he held senior positions in the Group's Infrastructure and Building businesses. Richard is a Fellow of the Institution of Civil Engineers.
Richard was appointed Group Finance Director in April 2007. He
qualified as a chartered accountant with KPMG Audit Plc in 1982 and
gained broad experience in a number of public and private company
finance director roles from the age of 30.
Immediately prior to joining Carillion, Richard was Group Finance Director of Associated British Ports Holdings plc.
Richard is a Non-Executive Director of Countrywide plc and was previously Non-Executive Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of SSL International plc and Zattikka plc.
Andrew was appointed to the Board in October 2011 and is
Chairman of the Audit Committee and a member of the Nominations,
Remuneration and Business Integrity Committees.
For 5 years until 2002, Andrew was Chief Executive of Hanson plc, the international building materials company after it's demerger from Hanson, the Anglo-American diversified industrial group where he was Group Finance Director after gaining broad experience in a number of senior Hanson general and financial management roles over 10 years.
He is Senior Independent Director and Audit Chair of Creston plc and a Non-Executive Director of Premier Farnell plc. Formerly he was a Non-Executive Director of Taylor Wimpey plc and Taylor Woodrow plc in both of which he chaired the Audit Committee and BPB plc. Mr Dougal is a member of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and a member of its Council and Oversight Board and also a Chair of its Technical Policy Board.
Steve was appointed to the Board in September 2006 and is a
member of the Audit, Nominations, Remuneration and Business
Steve is Chief Executive of United Utilities Group PLC which he joined in March 2011. Before joining United Utilities, Steve was appointed in May 2007 to Finmeccanica, Italy's principal defence and security company, as Chief Executive of Selex Galileo.
From April 2000 to May 2007, he was a Chief Operating Officer and a Director of BAE Systems plc.
Appointed to the Board in December 2013, Alison is Chairman of
the Remuneration Committee and a member of the Audit,
Nominations, and Business Integrity Committees.
Alison is Group Personnel Director of Tesco having joined the organisation in 1999. In 2006, she was appointed Tesco's first female Operations Director and in 2011 became the Group Personnel Director and joined the Executive Committee leading its People Matters Group for 525,000 colleagues worldwide.
She is a trustee of the Tesco Pension Scheme and until 2011 was a non executive director of Tesco Bank.
Ceri Powell was appointed to the Board in April 2014. Ceri is a
member of the Audit, Remuneration, Nomination and Business
Ceri is the Executive Vice President for Exploration of Royal Dutch Shell and is accountable for (i) delivery of the international exploration operations and new business development for Asia, the Middle East, Australia, Africa, Europe and Russia and (ii) Head of the Exploration Function oversight of the strategy, portfolio and technical capability of Global Exploration. Ceri joined Shell in 1989.
Ceri is also a member of the Advisory Board of the United Nations Sustainable Energy for All initiative, chaired by the Secretary General of the UN.