Ian Paul Tyler

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Biographical Information

Ian Tyler is Non-Executive Director and Chairman of Amey.

"Ian joined Amey in 2018 bringing a wealth of experience and knowledge across our key sectors. Previously at Balfour Beatty for 17 years where he was most recently Chief Executive. He currently sits on four other Boards; as a Non-Executive Director of BAE Systems, Chairman of Vistry Group plc (formerly Bovis Homes Group plc), Chairman of Cairn Energy and Independent Chairman of the Atomic Weapons Establishment (AWE), a joint venture between Lockheed Martin, Serco and Jacobs Engineering." [1]

Appointed non-executive Chairman of Bovis Homes "on 29 November 2013 and Chairman of the Nomination Committee. Ian is a chartered accountant and a non-executive director of BAE Systems plc, Cairn Energy PLC and Cable & Wireless Communications Plc, where he is also Chairman of the audit committee, and non-executive Chairman of Al Noor Hospitals Group Plc. Previously, Ian was Chief Executive of Balfour Beatty plc from 2005 to March 2013, having joined the company in 1996 as Finance Director and becoming Chief Operating Officer in 2002." [2]

Ian Tyler "is a graduate of Birmingham University and a chartered accountant, qualifying with Arthur Andersen in London. He joined Balfour Beatty in 1996 as Finance Director, was appointed Chief Operating Officer in August 2002 and became Chief Executive in January 2005.

"From 1993-1996 he was Finance Director of ARC Limited, one of the principal subsidiaries of Hanson Plc, the international building materials company, having previously been Hanson’s Group Financial Comptroller (1991-1993). Prior to that, from 1988-1991, he held the positions of Group Treasurer and Financial Controller at Storehouse Plc, the retailing group.

"Ian Tyler was born on 7 July 1960. He is married with two daughters.

"He is a Non-Executive Director of Cable and Wireless Communications Plc and is President of CRASH, the charity for homeless people around the UK."[3]


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  1. Amey board, organizational web page, accessed March 31, 2020.
  2. Bovis Homes Board, organizational web page, accessed April 21, 2014.
  3. India UK CEO Forum Ian Paul Tyler, organizational web page, accessed June 25, 2012.