Clive Barton has been a member of Serco's Executive Team since 2005. As group marketing director he is responsible for enhancing Serco's key stakeholder relationships, developing new business models and overseeing the group's £27bn pipeline of opportunities around the world.
Clive joined Serco in 1999 He has held a number of strategy roles and was chief executive of the group's private finance initiative investment business. Prior to joining Serco he was a management consultant for McKinsey & Company in London. He is active in Pilotlight, a charity that connects senior business people with small, ambitious charities in need of development support. Clive is also a member of the Public Services Strategy Board of the CBI. Clive is 43, married to Nicki and they have three young children. He enjoys sailing, skiing and watching rugby.
Serco Group plc
Serco runs large, complex operations on behalf of governments and private sector customers in 35 countries around the world. It has grown to become one of the world's leading service companies.
Serco's work ranges from running award-winning train services in the United Kingdom and Australia to helping to operate satellites in space. It runs and improves services by managing people, processes, technology and assets more effectively.
Serco provides services for prisons, schools, hospitals and local authorities, as well as supporting the Armed Forces in several nations including the United States and the United Kingdom. It also runs world-class scientific establishments such as the National Physical Laboratory where Serco's scientists set Greenwich Mean Time.
Serco has recently extended its international reach with acquisitions in the US and India and will be the operator of the new Dubai Metro from September 2009. It has also started to provide services in a number of new markets including Occupational Health, Children's Services, Pathology and the provision of support for the long-term unemployed.
Serco entered the FTSE 100 in December 2008 and now employs 70,000 people.