Appointed Group Chief Executive in September 2019. Ms Boro joined The Economist Group from Informa Plc, where she served as Chief Executive of Informa Intelligence. She has a wealth of experience in business-to-consumer and business-to-business information markets, and has previously held senior positions at Ascential Plc (formerly EMAP), CPA Global and the Financial Times.
Appointed as a non-executive director in February 2018 as non-executive chairman in July 2018. Non-executive chairman of Heathrow Airport and Hakluyt and serves on the board of Square, Inc. Chairman of the audit and finance commission of the International Association of Athletics Federations. Previously a partner at Goldman Sachs, CEO of the London Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games and a member of the board of the organising committee for the Rugby World Cup in 2015. He also served the UK government as a treasury minister in the House of Lords.
Appointed as a non-executive director in July 2009. Chairman and CEO of EXOR, Chairman of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, Ferrari, GEDI Gruppo Editoriale and Giovanni Agnelli. He is also a board member of PartnerRe and a member of MoMA.
Director of Bronfman Rothschild, Chrome Hearts Holdings, and Jet Linx Global.
Appointed as a non-executive director in November 2015. Managing director of EXOR Group, deputy chair, Royal Opera House, trustee of the Royal Academy of Arts Trust and the Chairman of CNH Industrial.
Appointed as non-executive director in November 2019. Former Senior Vice President of the International Consumer Business of Amazon. Board member Bocconi University, OODA Health and the Maasai Association. Executive committee member and mentor of Endeavor Global, board member and co-founder of Endeavor Italy. Senior advisor to KKR and advisor to Convoy.
Appointed as a non-executive director in July 2017. Non-executive director of Schroders. A member of the International Advisory Council of the Brookings Institution.
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Appointed as Editor-in-Chief, The Economist and a director in February 2015, having previously been the business affairs editor. She joined the company in 1994 after spending two years as an economist at the IMF.
Appointed as a non-executive director in June 2019. Co-founder of DeepMind, one of the world’s foremost technology companies, which was acquired by Google in 2014.
The Board has established audit, remuneration and nomination committees which have written terms of reference.
Our audit committee is chaired by Philip Mallinckrodt and its other members are Eli Goldstein and Lady Heywood. Its terms of reference can be found here.
Our remuneration committee is chaired by Lord Deighton and its other members are Lady Heywood and Philip Mallinckrodt.
Our nomination committee is chaired by Lord Deighton and its other members are Eli Goldstein and Lady Heywood.