Tony was appointed to the Board of Directors on 1 December 2016, serving initially as Chief Operating Officer and becoming Chief Executive on 1 January 2018. Tony has over 30 years’ experience in the aerospace sector.
Prior to Meggitt, Tony spent 15 years at Rolls-Royce, serving latterly as President of Aerospace (2013-2016). He joined Rolls-Royce in 2001 as the Director of Operations for Defence Aerospace (2001-2003). Subsequent roles included: Managing Director, Defence Aerospace (2004-2006); Chief Operating Officer and Deputy President, Civil Aerospace (2006-2008); President, Services (2009-2011); President, Marine (2012-2013).
Tony began his career at Messier-Dowty (1984 – 2000) where he held a variety of management roles, most notably Vice-President Manufacturing (1995-1997) and Vice-President Operations (1998-2000); both of which were based in Canada.
In January 2020, Tony became President of ADS, the UK trade organization representing the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors.
Tony has lived and worked in the UK, France and Canada. He is a Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society; a Fellow of the Association for Project Management and in 2015 was awarded an honorary Doctorate of Science by Cranfield University.
Louisa joined Meggitt in October 2018 as Chief Financial Officer Designate prior to taking up the role of Chief Financial Officer on 1 January 2019.
Louisa’s most recent role was as Group Finance Director of Victrex, a FTSE-250 industrial polymers group focused on several strategic markets including aerospace and energy. Prior to that, she has extensive experience in senior financial roles at companies including the Financial Times Group, GE and GlaxoSmithKline.
Andrew joined Meggitt as Group General Counsel and Director, Corporate Affairs in September 2019.
Andrew is a qualified solicitor in England and Wales and also Hong Kong. His most recent role was Group General Counsel and Company Secretary at ITV where he was a member of the Executive Board and led a global team responsible for legal and business affairs, secretariat, compliance, insurance, health & safety, rights management and corporate responsibility. Prior to that, he was a partner at LeBoeuf Lamb Green & Macrae in their corporate department. Previous appointments include General Counsel and Company Secretary and member of the Executive Board at Cable & Wireless and Global Head of Legal at Reuters. In both roles he led global legal teams and held a wide range of responsibilities including public policy and regulatory affairs, insurance, government relations and led significant M&A projects. He started his career at Clifford Chance and also Freshfields. He is a British citizen.
Paul was appointed President of Energy & Equipment in 2019, following the restructure of Meggitt’s divisions. Effective 1 January 2020, he was appointed as Group Operations Director in addition to his existing division president responsibilities.
He joined Meggitt in November 2015 as President of the Power & Motion value stream, responsible for the MSS facilities in Vietnam, Arizona, Oregon, Avrillé and Toulouse.
Prior to Meggitt he was President of Circor Bodet SAS and General Manager of Circor Morocco. Previous appointments include General Manager at UTC Aerospace (Indonesia) and Plant Manager at Eaton Aerospace (Coignières) where he deployed lean manufacturing. Throughout his career he has focused on manufacturing and operations in the medical, energy and aerospace industries.
Chris was appointed President of Airframe Systems in 2019, having previously been appointed to President of Meggitt Sensing Systems in May 2017.
Prior to this he served as the Group Director for Engineering & Strategy, from April 2012 to 2017. An engineer by degree, this gave Chris direct responsibility for the engineering and central programme management functions and the Applied Research & Technology team. This overview enabled him to formulate an integrated, market focused strategy.
Before 2012, Chris served as Meggitt’s Programme Director, where he oversaw the biggest reorganisation in the Company’s history by helping to create five divisions around complementary capabilities and markets.
Chris joined Meggitt in August 2004 as Director, Engineering & Programmes when the Group acquired Dunlop Standard Aerospace. He later became General Manager of Meggitt Aircraft Braking Systems, UK.
His earlier career at Standard Aero focused on gas turbine maintenance, repair and overhaul, leading to technical, business development and general management roles in Canada and the United States.
Stewart was appointed President of Services & Support in 2019. Previously he was President of Meggitt Equipment Group in 2014, following a four-year stint as the division’s Finance Director.
He originally joined Meggitt in 2000 to support the transfer of Meggitt Electronic Components to new owners. He was then appointed Finance Director, Meggitt Avica in Hemel Hempstead
Over the next ten years, Stewart worked as Finance Director for other Meggitt companies, spending five years with Meggitt Avionics, where he was responsible for the finance and IT functions. He moved to Meggitt Defence Systems in 2008 managing facilities in the UK, USA and Canada, focusing on financial systems and continuous improvement.
From 2009-2013, he was appointed Finance Director for Meggitt Equipment Group (MEG) overseeing the acquisition of Pacific Scientific Aerospace, before his promotion to President in 2014.
Stewart is responsible for our Chinese facility, where his team is delivering a strategy to enhance greater operational efficiencies for internal customers; and developing a platform for marketing Meggitt products in China.
In mid-2018 Stewart also took on interim responsibility for the Meggitt Polymer & Composites SBU. His key focus is to continue the integration of the recently acquired sites and improve operational performance.
Hugh joined Meggitt from Rolls-Royce early in 2017 as Group Director, Engineering & Strategy.
He began his career at BG Group as an engineer working in the oil and gas sector before embarking on a 15-year stint at ABB. As a project manager in Texas, he was responsible for the development of a new design of a deep-water Blow-Out Preventer Control System. The first application of this system resulted in the drilling of what was then the world’s deepest oil production well (2,777m, Brazil).
For two years, he was based in Norway where he led ABB’s strategic technology program for upstream oil and gas technology. He then moved to ABB Japan where he established and grew a business supplying process automation. After three years as Group Account Manager for Shell, he returned to Japan as the President of ABB Bailey Japan, a leading supplier of control systems and instrumentation to Japanese power and industrial companies. During his last three years at ABB, he was Global Sales Manager for their measurement products business unit, covering everything from space-based IR spectroscopy to subsea flowmeters.
Moving to Rolls-Royce in 2012, he led their Aftermarket and Services business for the Energy sector before leading their global engineering teams developing power and propulsion systems in the marine, industrial, nuclear and off-highway sectors. He became the company’s Head of Transformation in 2015, and oversaw a far-reaching program focused on cost, complexity, culture, engineering excellence and operational performance.
Hugh has led teams in over forty countries and is a keen sailor, cyclist and fly fisherman.
Geoff joined Meggitt from Serco in September 2017 as Group Director, Human Resources.
Prior to joining Serco, Geoff spent 14 years at Nortel in a number of HR roles, including five years as Vice President, Human Resources EMEA. Here, he led the deployment of a talent segmentation process, implemented a new organisation structure, and worked closely with the President to build the strategy that successfully stabilised a decline in mature markets while opening up new territories such as Russia, Turkey and the Middle East.
After Nortel, Geoff was Executive Vice President of Human Resources for Airbus Industries, with global responsibility for all aspects of HR. He reported directly to the CEO and was a member of the executive team.
Geoff joined Serco in 2008 as Group HR Director and a member of the Executive Committee. His key contributions to Serco include leading the company’s first global, integrated people strategy; the implementation of a talent management process; and the development and roll-out of a global employee engagement strategy.
He was a Non-Executive Director of Fairsail, a leading cloud based HR system which was successfully sold to Sage and has become Sage People, and was also Chairman of Engage for Success, the UK Government sponsored body focussed on employee engagement.
Geoff brings to Meggitt an extensive HR background and a particular depth of experience in employee engagement and leading change. He has lived and worked in the UK, USA and France and is a Freeman of the City of London.
Marina joined Meggitt PLC in 2005 as Company Secretarial Manager, becoming Senior Vice President & Group Company Secretary in 2012, with responsibility for the Board, Board Committees and the Executive Committee, corporate governance and UK listing rules compliance. She currently has responsibility for the Group’s ethics programme, data protection, share schemes, annual report, company secretarial support in the UK and overseas, UK pensions, insurance, business continuity and communications.
She became a member of the Executive Committee on 1 January 2018.
Prior to joining Meggitt, Marina trained and qualified as a company secretary with The Royal Bank of Scotland plc where she spent four years providing support to the asset finance, structured asset finance and corporate finance divisions.
Troy was appointed acting President of Engine Systems in March of 2020 in addition to his existing SVP Finance role.
He joined Meggitt in October of 2017 as SVP Finance for Meggitt Control Systems and was subsequently appointed to the role of SVP Finance for Engine Systems in January 2019.
Before joining Meggitt, Troy held the role of VP of Finance for Harman International, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, which develops, manufactures, and markets audio, video, and lighting products. Previously, he held various financial leadership positions at Amgen, a multinational biopharmaceutical company, and various manufacturing leadership positions with Procter & Gamble, a consumer products company.
MBA, University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Anderson School of Management
BS Mechanical Engineering, University of Washington
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