Our Independent Non Executives

Mazars has appointed independent non executives (INEs) within its governance structure.

Denise Fletcher, Independent Member

Date of first PIC appointment 2013

Denise Fletcher is a member of the Group Governance Council of Mazars Group.
She serves on the boards of Unisys Corporation, Inovalon Holdings, Inc. and Enterra
Holdings, Ltd (appointed during the period). She chairs the audit committees of each
of the three non-Mazars boards listed above.

At Mazars Group she is the chair of the Remuneration Committee and a member of its
quality and risk, and its audit committees. She chairs the Public Interest Committee of
Mazars in the UK and the Public Interest Committee of Mazars in Ireland.

She was recognised by the National Association of Corporate Directors for exemplary
board leadership. Denise is a member of the US Council on foreign relations, the
Economic Club of New York, the Harvard Club of New York and the Academy of Women
Achievers.

Guy Jubb, Independent Member

Date first PIC appointment 2017

Guy Jubb is a Chartered Accountant and an Honorary Professor at the University of
Edinburgh. He was formerly Global Head of Governance and Stewardship at Standard
Life Investments, a role he fulfilled for over 20 years. He has played a leading role in
developing and implementing good practice in corporate governance and stewardship
and was the recipient of an Outstanding Achievement Award from the ICSA, the
Governance Institute.

Guy serves on the Policy Leadership Board of ICAS, the Institute of Chartered
Accountants of Scotland, whose Research Panel he chairs. Also, he is Vice-Chair of the
Board of the ECGI, the European Corporate Governance Institute. In recent years he
has been a member of the Global Advisory Panel of Standard Life Aberdeen plc, and a
Senior Adviser to the Conference Board. He also served two terms as a member of the
Standing Advisory Group of the PCAOB, the US audit regulator.

Member of the UK Public Interest Committee.

Lord Amyas Morse, Independent Member

Date of first PIC appointment 2019

Lord Amyas Morse spent a large part of his career as a partner at PwC and predecessor
firms. First in Scotland, becoming regional managing partner, then in London
becoming UK Executive partner, and then in global roles, as global audit leader and
then as global managing partner, Operations. He subsequently spent three years as
Defence Commercial Director at the Ministry of Defence before becoming Controller
and Auditor General and CEO of the National Audit Office (NAO). He fulfilled this role
for the 10-year term set down by parliament and published approximately 60 reports
each year focusing on value for money.

The NAO also carried out the audit of all central Government. During that time, he also
served on the board of audit of the United Nations, including a spell of three years as
chair. More recently he acted as Independent reviewer of the Loan Charge, his report
was published by the Chancellor of the Exchequer in December 2019, and all but one of
the far-reaching recommendations were accepted. Amyas had recently become chair
of two NHS foundation trusts and became a member of the House of Lords in May 2021.

Member of the UK Public Interest Committee

The full details of the role and terms of reference of the Public Interest Committee are to be found here.