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Mark Moody-Stuart

Mark Moody-Stuart and Jakaya Kikwete at the World Economic Forum on Africa (2006).

Sir Mark Moody-Stuart (born 15 September 1940, Antigua) was appointed non-executive chairman of Anglo American PLC[1] in 2001, serving until 2009. He has been Chairman of Hermes Equity Ownership Services since 2009.[2][3]

He is an ex-chairman of KCMG).

Moody-Stuart became a Managing Director of The "Shell" Transport and Trading Company, p.l.c. in 1991 and was Chairman of Royal Dutch/Shell from 1998-2001. He was succeeded by Sir Philip Watts.

In February 2008, he hit the headlines with a call for a ban on "gas-guzzlers".[5]

Contents

  • Family and education 1
  • Career with Shell 2
  • Publications 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Family and education

He was educated at Shrewsbury School and at St. John's College, Cambridge, where he obtained a Ph.D. on a thesis on the Devonian sediments of Spitsbergen. He became a Fellow of this College in 2001.[6]

In 1964, he married Judy McLeavy. They have three sons and a daughter.[6]

Career with Shell

  • 1966 Joined Shell
  • Geologist in Spain, Oman and Brunei
  • 1972 Chief Geologist in Australia
  • 1976 Leader of North Sea exploration teams, Shell UK Expro
  • 1976 Manager, Western Division Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria.
  • 1979 General Manager, Turkey
  • 1982 Chairman and Chief Executive, Malaysia
  • 1990 Exploration and Production Co-ordinator
  • 1991 Group Managing Director
  • 1998 Chairman of the Committee of Managing Directors of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group [7]
  • 2001 Gave up Chair of Shell but remained on the Board[6]
  • 2005 Retired from Shell[6]

Publications

  • Responsible Leadership: Lessons From the Front Line of Sustainability and Ethics, Greenleaf Publishing, 2014. ISBN 9781906093969

References

  1. ^ Anglo American website listing NEDs. See also article, 22 April 2007, on Anglo, after its AGMGuardian
  2. ^ Who's who, accessed 30 September 2012
  3. ^ HEOS website
  4. ^ List of Board members on official Global Compact website, accessed 13 May 2007
  5. ^ . (Accessed 5 February 2008Society depends on more for lessBBC News Green Room website: Mark Moody Stuart
  6. ^ a b c d Who's who accessed online 13 May 2007
  7. ^ Speakers at TERIIN Conference, accessed 13 May 2007

External links

  • Global Reporting Initiative
  • Interview with Guardian Business
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