BT GroupBT.A:LSE

444.95
3.25 / 0.73%
7.07m
3.23 %
1.08
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
MichaelRake
Chairman of the Board
686.00k GBP
68
2007
Sir. Michael Derek Vaughan Rake is Chairman of the Board of BT Group PLC, since 26 September 2007. He is Chairman of BT Group plc as well as Deputy Chairman of Barclays PLC, chairman of payments processing firm Worldpay Group plc, a director of McGraw Hill Financial and Chairman of Majid Al Futtaim Holdings LLC. He was President of the CBI from 2013 to 2015; a member of the Prime Minister's Business Advisory Group from 2010-2015; chairman of the private equity oversight group the Guidelines Monitoring Committee from 2008 to 2013; Chairman of easyJet plc from 2010-2013; the first Chairman of the UK Commission for Employment and Skills from 2007 to 2010. He was a director of the Financial Reporting Council from 2008 to 2011 and Chairman of Business in the Community from 2004-2007. Mike was a member of the National Security Forum for 2009/2010 and a member of the board of the Prince of Wales International Business Leaders Forum from 1998 to 2007. From May 2002 to September 2007 Sir Michael Rake was International Chairman of KPMG. Prior to his appointment as International Chairman he was Chairman of KPMG in Europe and Senior Partner of KPMG in the UK. He joined KPMG in 1974 and worked in Continental Europe before transferring to the Middle East to run the practice for three years in 1986. He transferred to London in 1989, became a member of the UK Board in 1991, and was elected UK Senior Partner in 1998. Mike is also Vice President and Chairman of Governors of Wellington College, is Chairman of the Henley Festival, a Vice President of the RNIB, a member of the Board of the TransAtlantic Business Council, a Trustee of the Prince of Wales’ Charitable Foundation, a member of the Advisory Council for Business for New Europe, Senior Adviser for Chatham House, member of the International Baccalaureate Advisory Group and on the Global Advisory Board of the Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation. Mike is also a William Pitt Fellow at Pembroke College, Cambridge.
 
GavinPatterson
Chief Executive, Director
2.32m GBP
47
2008
 
TonyChanmugam
Group Finance Director, Executive Director
1.40m GBP
60
2008
 
LuisAlvarez
Chief Executive Officer - BT Global Services
--
52
2012
 
JohnPetter
Chief executive Officer - BT Consumer
--
--
--
 
CliveSelley
Chief Executive Officer - BT Technology, Service & Operations & Group CIO
--
--
2010
 
NigelStagg
Chief Executive Officer - BT Wholesale
--
--
2011
 
GrahamSutherland
Chief Executive Officer - BT Business
--
--
2013
 
DanFitz
General Counsel, Company Secretary
--
54
--
 
AlisonWilcox
Group Director of Human Resources
--
--
2015
 
IainConn
Non-Executive Director
79.00k GBP
52
2014
 
IsabelHudson
Non-Executive Director
32.00k GBP
55
2014
 
MichaelInglis
Non-Executive Director
--
--
2015
 
KarenRichardson
Non-Executive Director
116.00k GBP
52
2011
 
TonyBall
Independent Non-Executive Director
103.00k GBP
58
2009
 
WarrenEast
Independent Non-Executive Director
94.00k GBP
53
2014
 
NicholasRose
Independent Non-Executive Director
147.00k GBP
58
2011
 
JasmineWhitbread
Independent Non-Executive Director
91.00k GBP
51
2011
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Director dealings

Directors have sold an average of -3.04k shares during each of the last thirty-six months. Director sales are not usually meaningful unless they are significantly larger than normal.

As of 01 May 2016
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