|Simon Segars - Chief Executive Officer|
Simon Segars joined the Board in January 2005 and was appointed CEO in July 2013. He was previously President. Earlier senior roles included EVP, Engineering; EVP, Worldwide Sales; EVP, Business Development; and EVP and General Manager of the Processor and Physical IP Divisions. He joined ARM in early 1991 and worked on many of the early ARM CPU products. He led the development of the ARM7 and ARM9 Thumb® families. He holds a number of patents in the field of embedded CPU architectures.
|Tim Score - Chief Financial Officer|
Tim Score joined ARM as Chief Financial Officer and director in March 2002. Before joining ARM, he was Finance Director of Rebus Group Limited. He was previously Group Finance Director of William Baird plc, Group Controller at LucasVarity plc and Group Financial Controller at BTR plc.
|Patricia Alsop - Company Secretary|
Patricia Alsop joined ARM in 2003 as Company Secretary. Prior to this, she was Company Secretary and General Counsel at William Baird plc and General Counsel at Debenhams plc. She previously worked as a solicitor in private practice. She is responsible for Corporate Governance and Compliance and is closely involved in ARM’s M&A activity.
|Graham Budd - Chief Operating Officer|
Graham Budd was appointed Chief Operating Officer in July 2008. Prior to this he was EVP and General Manager of the Processor Division from July 2005. He joined ARM in 1992 as a VLSI design engineer and led the development of several of ARM's early system-on-chip designs. Since then he has held a number of engineering, marketing and operations leadership roles. He is a chartered engineer.
|John Cornish - EVP and General Manager, Internet of Things Business Unit|
John Cornish was appointed to the executive committee in 2008 as EVP and General Manager of the System Design Division, and became EVP and General Manager of the Internet of Things Business Unit in 2014. He joined ARM in 1998 as Director of European Marketing. From 2002 until 2007 he led the Processor Division’s marketing team, including the definition and launch of the Cortex family of cores. Prior to joining ARM he was with Texas Instruments in Dallas and held a variety of chip design and marketing roles. He holds five U.S patents for the design of PC chipsets.
|Phil David - General Counsel|
Phil David joined ARM in 1994 and was appointed as General Counsel in 2003. He has over fifteen years’ experience of the law in the field of high technology. He has a BSc in Biochemistry.
|Ian Drew - Chief Marketing Officer and EVP Business Development|
Ian Drew was appointed as Chief Marketing Officer and EVP Business Development in July 2012, having previously been EVP – Strategy since August 2011. He joined ARM in July 2005 as VP Segment Marketing. Prior to this, he worked at Intel Corporation for 14 years in various senior management roles around the world including Asia, Europe and the US, latterly as GM of the Russia/CIS office based in Moscow.
|Jennifer Duvalier - EVP People |
Jennifer Duvalier joined ARM as Executive Vice President, People in September 2013. Prior to joining ARM, she was Group People & Culture Director for 6 years at UBM plc, the global events-led marketing and communications services business, and was previously Group HR Director for an international media and marketing services group. Her earlier career was in management consultancy and banking.
|Pete Hutton - EVP and President of Product Groups|
Pete was appointed EVP and President of Product Groups in January 2014. He is responsible for the development and delivery of ARM’s main business lines including ARM processors, Mali graphics processors and Artisan Physical IP. Before this role he was general manager of the media processing division. Pete joined ARM in 2008 and has also held vice president positions within the processor and media processing divisions. Prior to ARM, Pete ran corporate engineering for Wolfson Microelectronic, he was also general manager for processors at ARC International and a group director for Cadence Design Systems.
|Thomas P. Lantzsch - EVP Strategy|
Tom Lantzsch joined ARM in December 2006 as VP Marketing for the Physical IP Division. In 2009 he became EVP of Corporate Development and joined the Executive Committee in 2010. He has been a senior business leader for over 25 years in both Fortune 500 companies and early stage startups. Previous roles include CEO of StarCore, 13 years with Motorola in VP positions (sales, marketing and operations) in four countries, having started his career with Texas Instruments. He has lectured on business strategy at the University of Texas and is an active board member of the SOI Consortium and Smoothstone, Inc.
|Mike Muller - Chief Technology Officer|
Mike Muller was one of the founders of ARM. Before joining the Group, he was responsible for hardware strategy and the development of portable products at Acorn Computers. He was previously at Orbis Computers. At ARM he was VP, Marketing from 1992 to 1996 and EVP, Business Development until October 2000 when he was appointed Chief Technology Officer. In October 2001, he was appointed to the Board.
|Dipesh Patel - EVP and General Manager of PIPD|
Dipesh was appointed executive vice president and general manager of the Physical IP Division in January 2013. Dipesh joined ARM in 1997 and has held senior management positions working primarily in System on Chip (SoC) related activities. Dipesh was previously the vice president of Technology and was responsible for leading all aspects of Physical IP roadmap activities within the division.
|Andy Smith - Chief Information Officer|
Andy Smith joined ARM in 2014 as Chief Information Officer. Prior to this he spent 5 years as a Government CIO working for one of the agencies within Defence. Before that he worked for 20 years with BP in a variety of roles and locations around the world, the last 8 years of which were spent on a series of challenging CIO roles.
|Antonio J. Viana - EVP and President of Commercial and Global Development|
Antonio J. Viana was appointed EVP and President of Commercial and Global Development in January 2014. He was appointed to the ARM Executive team in 2008 as EVP of Worldwide Sales. At the start of 2013, his executive remit was expanded to Commercial and Global Development. Antonio originally joined ARM in 1999 and oversaw development systems sales in North America. Within ARM, Antonio has been global director of the ARM foundry program and vice president of North American sales. Antonio has previously worked with Hughes Aircraft, Silicon Graphics, Encore Industries and was SVP of worldwide sales at Tensilica Inc.
|Allen Wu - President of ARM Greater China|
Allen Wu was appointed President of ARM Greater China in January 2013. He joined ARM in 2004 and held the roles of President of ARM China and Country Manager & VP of sales for ARM China. Prior to ARM, Allen was VP of Corporate Marketing at Arasor, Entrepreneur in Residence at NEC America, and the founder for AccelerateMobile. He held sales and engineering positions at Mentor Graphics, LSI Logic, and Intel in the Silicon Valley. Allen holds two US patents in core based IC design methodology.