Standard Chartered PLCSTAN:LSE

542.80
6.40 / 1.2 %
5.13m
45.5 %
1.54
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Directors & officers

 NameTitleCompensationAgeOfficer
since
 
JohnPeace
Chairman of the Board
1.79m GBP
67
2009
Sir. John W. Peace is Chairman of the Board of Standard Chartered Plc. Sir John has a strong financial services and retailing background, significant board and chairmanship experience, extensive international knowledge and exemplary governance credentials. He joined the board of GUS plc in 1997, of which Burberry and Experian were a part, becoming chief executive from 2000 until 2006. In 2002, Burberry was floated on the London Stock Exchange with Sir John as its chairman, a position he continues to hold. In 2006, Sir John became chairman of Experian, a position he held until he stepped down in 2014. Sir John is committed to supporting his local community and has a long-standing interest in education. He chaired the board of governors of Nottingham Trent University for 10 years, has been a trustee of the Djanogly City Academy in Nottingham since 1999, is Lord-Lieutenant of Nottinghamshire and a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. Sir John has an honorary doctorate from the University of Nottingham and was knighted in 2011 for services to business and the voluntary sector.
 
WilliamWinters
Group Chief Executive Officer, Director
12.37m GBP
55
2015
 
AndrewHalford
Group Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director
2.68m GBP
56
2014
 
TracyClarke
Europe & Americas Regional Chief Executive Officer
--
48
2016
 
MarkDowie
Interim Chief Executive Officer of Corporate and Institutional Banking
--
54
2015
 
KarenFawcett
Chief Executive Officer of Retail Banking
--
53
2015
 
BenjaminHung
Regional Chief Executive Officer of Greater China & North Asia
--
51
2015
 
AjayKanwal
Regional Chief Executive Officer of ASEAN & South Asia
--
49
2015
 
SunilKaushal
Regional Chief Executive Officer of Africa & Middle East
--
50
2015
 
AnnaMarrs
Chief Executive Officer of Commercial & Private Banking
--
42
2015
 
DorisHonold
Group Chief Operating Officer
--
--
2015
 
MichaelGorriz
Group Chief Information Officer
--
55
2015
 
MarkSmith
Group Chief Risk Officer
--
54
2016
 
DavidFein
Group General Counsel
--
55
2013
 
PamWalkden
Group Head, HR
--
55
2015
 
ElizabethLloyd
Group Company Secretary
--
44
2016
 
OmBhatt
Independent Non-Executive Director
252.00k GBP
65
2013
 
KurtCampbell
Independent Non-Executive Director
209.00k GBP
58
2013
 
Chi-YanCheung
Independent Non-Executive Director
239.00k GBP
52
2013
 
DavidConner
Independent Non-Executive Director
--
67
2016
 
GayEvans
Independent Non-Executive Director
139.00k GBP
61
2015
 
ByronGrote
Independent Non-Executive Director
244.00k GBP
67
2014
 
Seung-SooHan
Independent Non-Executive Director
260.00k GBP
79
2010
 
ChristineHodgson
Independent Non-Executive Director
386.00k GBP
51
2013
 
NaguibKheraj
Senior Independent Non-Executive Director
423.00k GBP
51
2014
 
SimonLowth
Independent Non-Executive Director
247.00k GBP
54
2010
 
JasmineWhitbread
Non-Executive Independent Director
155.00k GBP
52
2015
View all 27 directors & officersOfficers and Directors data as of May 28 2016

Director dealings

Directors have sold an average of -43.59k 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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Dealing dateName & titleSharesPer share (GBX)Deal size (GBP)
Purchase
24 Mar 2016
A N Halford
Group Finance Director
140,000440.46616.64k
Purchase
29 Feb 2016
Dr. B E Grote
4,899428.8021.01k
Purchase
25 Feb 2016
Mr. S J Lowth
133399.10531
Purchase
26 Jan 2016
Mr. S J Lowth
110476.75524
Purchase
18 Dec 2015
Mr. S J Lowth
96547.97526
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