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The members of the Managing Board are jointly responsible for the entire management of the company and decide on the basic issues of business policy and corporate strategy.
Juergen Maier was appointed Chief Executive on 1 July 2014. He has been a member
of the Siemens UK Executive Board since 2008, and held senior roles within Siemens in the UK and Germany including Managing Director of Industrial activities for the UK and Manufacturing Director of the award-winning Drives factory in Congleton.
Juergen joined Siemens in 1986 with a BSc in production engineering from Nottingham
Trent University, on a Siemens-sponsored graduate programme. He was made an
honorary professor of Engineering at the University of Manchester in March 2014.
Angela Noon was appointed CFO of Siemens UK on 1 January 2018.
This is in addition to the role she has held since February 2017 as Managing Director and CFO of Next47, the corporate venturing arm of Siemens AG, a fund investing and partnering with Startups to foster disruptive ideas and to accelerate the development of new technologies.
Carl Ennis is the Managing Director for Siemens Energy Management, UK and Ireland. In this role, Carl is responsible for ensuring Siemens delivers a quality service to its customers, improving operations and focusing on how technology and innovation can be applied to maintain Siemens leading position in the energy infrastructure market.
Brian Holliday is Managing Director for Siemens Digital Factory which serves the manufacturing and infrastructure sectors. He is a member of the Executive Management Board of Siemens plc and Chairman of Siemens Industry Software UK.
He chairs the Electronic Systems Council (ESCO) which represents the interests of the UK electronic systems sector and is a supervisory board member for the High Value Manufacturing Catapult in addition to being a main board member for EEF, the Manufacturers’ Organisation.
Mike Houghton is the Managing Director of Process Industries and Drives in the UK. Mike is responsible for building on a solid market position in the growth field of process industries. The Division offers products, systems, applications and solutions for integrated drive technologies and systems.
Previously Mike was head of Siemens Customer Services within the Industry Sector of Siemens. Mike is also responsible for the Project Office - supporting PM @ Siemens across Siemens and supporting the Technology Divisions with projects. Prior to this role, he held a number of senior posts within Siemens UK; these included General Management of SS&T (Service Support and Training), General Manager of Industry Automation Solutions; Chemical & Pharmaceutical Sales Manager UK and Operations Manager for Process Industries UK.
Steve began his career in the energy sector and worked for both Mitsui Babcock and Rolls-Royce Industrial Power Group, before joining Siemens in 1998. He became Managing Director of the Rail Systems division in May 2007 and during that time was been deeply involved in a number of high profile rail-related contracts including Thameslink, Eurostar and other franchise procurements. He was instrumental in establishing the National Training Academy to Rail and is a founding member of the High Speed Rail Industry Leaders Group.
Previously Steven was the Director of Industry Services for Siemens UK and Ireland, a leading supplier of services for automation and drive technologies to industrial customers across the UK and Ireland.
Prior to taking up this role in 2014, Steven held a number of senior roles within Siemens in the UK, Austria and China, including Projects Director for the UK Airport and Postal business, and Director for the global Aluminium business segment.
As Divisional Managing Director for Siemens Mobility UK, Gordon Wakeford is responsible for leading the Siemens Rail Systems, Traffic Solutions, Rail Automation and Rail Electrification businesses in the UK. With a headcount of some 3,500 employees these businesses deliver trains, total road traffic solutions, rail signalling and electrification and maintenance throughout the country.
Prior to taking over his current role, Gordon was the Managing Director of Siemens Standard Drives, Congleton.
Biography of Gordon Wakeford
Simone Davina joined Siemens in the UK in August 2016 having served as General Counsel and Company Secretary for Siemens in the Netherlands since 2012. Simone is also the Diversity and Inclusion Ambassador in the U.K. and Ireland.
Having first joined the Company in 2008 Simone worked in a number of roles for Siemens in the Netherlands including Lead Lawyer for Siemens Healthcare and Deputy General Counsel, before being appointed to the role of General Counsel and Company Secretary in the country in 2012. Prior to joining Siemens Simone worked in private practice for ten years.
Toby Peyton-Jones became HR Director for Siemens UK in August 2008.
Toby started his career as an officer in the Royal Engineers. Later he worked for the Centre for Leadership and Development and then moved into management consulting during the 1980's.
Toby joined Siemens in 1989 and performed a number of HR related roles, supporting the rapid growth of Siemens in the UK. He moved to China in December 1999 to take up a General Management role as Director of a small legal entity (Siemens Management Institute).
Biography of Toby Peyton-Jones
Justin Kelly is Director of Corporate Communications and Business Development for Siemens plc and was appointed to Siemens UK Executive Management Board on 1 October 2017.
A Chartered Engineer with a BEng (Hons) from the University of Salford in Computers, Management and Electronics, from where he joined Siemens in 1994 undertaking a series of engineering, product and project management roles before taking on a number of more senior, Marketing, Strategy Business Development positions within the organisation.
Peter Harrison is Managing Director of the separately managed Siemens Healthcare Limited. Having joined Siemens Business Services in 1996, Peter transferred to head Siemens Healthcare Services (SHS) Limited in 2002. SHS's scope of activities extended to Managed Equipment Services and Healthcare IT.
In 2004 he assumed responsibility for the Imaging and Oncology solution business. He was chair of AXrEM, (the Association of Healthcare Technology Providers for Imaging, Radiotherapy and Care), during 2007 and 2008, and continues to represent Siemens within this forum. He has served as the Industry Representative on the Clinical Radiology Faculty Board of the Royal College of Radiologists, and has also served as a Non Executive Board member of an NHS Mental Health Foundation Trust. Peter was also Director and Chair of Metier Healthcare from 2002 to 2008, (at which time Siemens divested its shareholding).
Clark became Managing Director of Siemens Wind Power and Renewables UK division (now Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy Ltd) in November 2014, having been with Siemens since 1997.
A member of the Siemens UK Executive Management Board Clark was previously Managing Director of Siemens IT Solutions and Services across North West Europe. He has also held the positions of Managing Director of Siemens Building Technologies and UK Managing Director of the Power Generation Division based in Newcastle from 2001 to 2007.