Stephen Hill to retire as IG non-exec director

Maria Nikolova

Stephen Hill intends to retire as a Non-Executive Director of IG at the expiry of his current term with effect from April 27, 2020.

Online trading major IG Group Holdings plc (LON:IGG) today announces that Stephen Hill plans to retire as a Non-Executive Director of the company at the expiry of his current term with effect from April 27, 2020.

Mike McTighe extended his thanks to Stephen Hill for his contribution to the Board during his 9-year tenure and wished him every success for the future. Mike McTighe said:

“Stephen has been an invaluable support to the board and executives throughout his period with the company. His insights and perspectives have been greatly appreciated over the years. We thank him for his dedication and service and wish him well.”

Also today, IG announced that Helen Stevenson was yesterday appointed as a Non-Executive Director of the company. She was also appointed as a member of the Company’s Remuneration Committee.

Helen Stevenson brings extensive marketing and digital experience from a range of industries together with strong customer focus. She is an experienced Non-Executive Director with particular experience regarding remuneration matters. Ms Stevenson is currently the Senior Independent Director of Reach plc and Kin and Carta plc and a non-executive director of Skipton Building Society.

She served as Chief Marketing Officer UK at Yell Group plc from 2006 to 2012 and, prior to this, served as Lloyds TSB Group Marketing Director. Ms Stevenson started her career with Mars Inc where she spent 19 years, culminating in her role as European Marketing Director, leading category strategy development across Europe.

Helen Stevenson has a BA (Hons) Degree in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University.

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