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Pamela Daley

Pamela Daley - Independent non-executive director

Independent non-executive director


Appointed 26 July 2018 


Board and committee activities:

Member of the audit, remuneration and chairman’s committees


Outside interests:

Director of BlackRock, Inc

Director of SecureWorks, Inc








Pamela Daley spent most of her career with the General Electric Company. She joined GE in 1989 as tax counsel and held a number of senior executive roles in the company, serving most recently as senior vice president and senior advisor to the chairman from April to December 2013, when she retired from GE. Between 2004 and 2013 she was senior vice president of corporate business development at GE, where she was responsible for GE’s mergers, acquisitions and divestiture activities worldwide, and prior to that, from 1991 to 2004, served as vice president and senior counsel for transactions.


Pamela Daley has served as a director of BlackRock since 2014 and of SecureWorks since 2016. She was a director of BG Group plc from 2014 to 2016 until its acquisition by Shell, a director of Patheon N.V. from 2016 to 2017 until its acquisition by Thermo Fisher, and was previously a partner at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius, a major US law firm, where she specialized in domestic and cross-border tax-oriented financings and commercial transactions.


Pamela Daley is a qualified lawyer, she worked in highly regulated industries, holding senior roles on other board including chair of the governance and nominating committee at SecureWorks and chair of the audit committee at BlackRock.


Relevant skills and experience 

Pamela Daley has deep experience of global business through her executive role at GE. She has also served on a UK board in the oil and gas industry which gave her further insight into that sector. Pamela has joined the audit committee to which she brings deep financial experience and expertise. She has also joined the remuneration committee, where her understanding of employee and investor points of view will provide important input.