The Executive Management Team 


Kevin Beeston
Kevin Beeston
Executive Chairman

Kevin Beeston
joined the Equiniti Board as Chairman in September 2011.He was the Chairman of Serco Group plc from 2002 to 2010, having previously served as Serco Group's Chief Executive and Finance Director.  An accountant by training, Kevin joined Serco in 1985 and contributed to the company developing from a small UK technical services business to a leading FTSE100 international outsourcer.

Kevin holds a number of non-executive roles and is Chairman of UK developer and homebuilder Taylor Wimpey plc. , Chairman of warranty services provider Domestic and General, Chairman of the independent provider of secure mental health services Partnership in Care Limited, and Non-Executive Director of FTSE100 engineering group IMI plc.

From 2006-2009 Kevin chaired the CBI's Public Services Strategy Board, which promotes the role of business in transforming UK public services, and he was also a Commissioner for the TUC's Commission on Vulnerable Employment.

Guy Wakeley, Chief Executive Officer
Guy Wakeley
Chief Executive Officer

Guy Wakeley
joined the Equiniti Board as Chief Executive Officer in January 2014.

Guy joins from Morrison plc, the property services provider to the public and private sector,  where he was CEO for 5 years. During his tenure he transformed the level of client service and innovation, grew the business rapidly and delivered consistent strong cash generation.

Prior to this Guy was Managing Director of the Built Environment division at Amey, the infrastructure services provider to the public and private sector.  Guy previously worked for The Berkeley Group, General Electric and Rolls-Royce. He holds an MA in Engineering Science from the University of Cambridge, a PhD in applications of artificial intelligence, and is a Chartered Engineer. 

Martyn Hindley
Martyn Hindley
Chief Financial Officer
Martyn Hindley is the Chief Financial Officer of the Equiniti Group, a role he was appointed to in December 2012.

He joined the Equiniti Group from Emap where he held the position of CFO. Emap is a private equity owned international business to business media group. His sector experience also includes publishing, marketing, business support services, supply chain and logistics.

Prior to this Martyn held senior positions with PwC, Blenheim Group PLC, and Northcliffe Media

In his previous roles, Martyn was involved in driving transformational change and leading complex transactions including M&A activity.

Martyn qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Price Waterhouse after graduating in Accountancy from the University of East Anglia. He is a member of ICAEW.

Clancy Murphy, People and Change DirectorClancy Murphy
People and Change Director
Clancy Murphy is the People and Change Director for Equiniti. Clancy works with the CEO as a member of the Management Board to inform the business strategy, which is one of sustainable growth, and translates that in to practical deliverables. The key strategic themes for the people agenda are organisational design and change management,  talent management, cultural evolution, functional HR excellence, and reward mechanisms. Equiniti Group has made over 10 acquisitions in the past 4 years and so a key imperative is acquisition management and integration.

Clancy’s vision for Equiniti has a real focus on people “If we are to reach our potential as a business it is essential that we continue to invest in developing our people.  The HR team has a real focus on improving our employee experience and in supporting the creation of Equiniti as a high performing business. Our aim is to embed a people approach which ensures that all of our people have  a platform to achieve their career goal.  It would be great if at Equiniti we were able to create an environment where people can innovate and contribute to growing the Equiniti proposition, alongside doing the best work of their career”.

Prior to joining Equiniti, Clancy previously held a number of senior HR roles at Deloitte.  She has a BSc in Economics from Loughborough University and is a chartered member of the CIPD.