Prime Minister shuffles business packJuly 30, 2015
David Cameron has brought in a new set of business leaders to sit on the business advisory group, which was originally set up by the coalition government in 2010.
The group meet quarterly to provide high-level advice to the prime minister and senior ministers on critical business and economic issues facing the UK.
Their remit is to act as a sounding board to the government on the issues affecting business, such as the EU referendum and meeting the demand for new homes.
The current members of the board are:
- Alison Brittain, incoming CEO, Whitbread
- Bob Dudley, CEO, BP
- Nigel Wilson, CEO, Legal and General
- Carolyn McCall, CEO, Easyjet
- David Joseph, Chairman/ CEO, Universal UK
- Robert Noel, CEO, Land Securities
- Jayne-Anne Ghadia, CEO, Virgin Money
- Xavier Rolet, CEO, LSE
- Eileen Burbidge, Partner, Passion Capital
- Jeff Fairburn, CEO, Persimmon
- Steve Varley, Chairman, EY
- Andy Clarke, CEO, Asda
- Paul Walsh, Chairman, Compass Group
- Simon Segars, CEO, ARM
- Steve Wadey, CEO, QinetiQ
- John Nelson, Chairman, Lloyd’s of London
- Liv Garfield, CEO Severn Trent
- Warren East, CEO Rolls Royce
- Ana Botin, Chairwoman, Santander