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Speakers line-up for our event:
Financial Education and Share Schemes held in London, March 29 2012.
Ann Govier, Marks and Spencer. Ann is the Manager of Senior Remuneration and Employee Share Schemes at Marks & Spencer plc. She has been with the company for over 25 years, where she has had a very varied career working within Finance, Corporate Governance and, most recently, HR. AS well as managing the ever more complex subjects of executive remuneration and share schemes, Ann has been instrumental in developing engaging communications across the company’s all-employee share scheme to help drive and encourage share ownership across all age groups in the business. In an effort to help improve financial awareness, Ann is also responsible for developing and managing the company’s comprehensive financial education.
Martin Osborne-Shaw, Killik Employee Services. Martin is the Managing Director of Killik Employee Services and a partner of Killik & Co LLP. Martin established Killik Employee Services, now a lead employee share plan administrator 11 years ago. Killik Employee Services act for over 10% of the FTSE100 and have some 60+ clients. Killik Employee Services has an alliance with YBS Share Plans – All2gether Better which brings together the different competencies of executive plan and all-employee specialists to deliver a single first class solution to clients.
Martin is the mastermind behind MoneyinMind, a web-based financial education application that aims to improve an individual’s personal financial capability through an intuitive, supported, structured learning program. The aim of MiM is to empower the user through knowledge to take control and make better more informed financial decisions within their everyday lives, but also act as a resource base for HR departments to refer employees to get detailed explanations and impact illustrations to updates and changes in financial services products or legislation.
Stuart Bailey, Money Advice. Stuart is part of the management team at the Money Advice Service. Set up by government and funded by a levy on the financial services industry the Money Advice Service provides free impartial money advice online, over the phone and face to face. Prior to joining the Money Advice Service Stuart was Head of “Abbey at Work” the workplace distribution at Abbey National where he had responsibility for delivering groups stakeholder pensions, employee share plans and a range of voluntary benefits.
John Chilman, FirstGroup plc. John comes from a strong financial, reward and change management background, and is widely recognised for his flair in transforming strategic vision into practice. He has shaped several high profile rewards policies in relation to shares and pensions that, despite being considered unconventional at the time, are held up as beacons of best practice today. After graduating from Oxford University with a degree in Geography, John qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse in Bristol. From there he went on to lead significant M&A work at South Western Electricity during the deregulation of the Gas and Electricity industry, before moving to Shell where he headed up the Management Information Consultancy and Management Accounting teams in London and The Hague. John moved into Reward in the late 1990s when he joined FirstGroup, consolidating and changing pension arrangements and introducing employee share schemes. John left FirstGroup for two years to become Group Head of Reward at HBOS in Edinburgh, but returned to FirstGroup in December 2005 to lead the Pension and Reward functions. First is the UK’s largest surface transportation company, running more than 1 in 5 of all local bus services and 1 in 4 trains. It is also the largest yellow school bus operator in North America, and runs the iconic Greyhound brand. First has over 135,000 colleagues across the UK and North America.
Malcolm Hurlston is the chairman of the ESOP Centre and a renowned social entrepreneur. Read more about him here.
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