The Executive Board is responsible for operational management of BBC services.
- Marcus Agius, was the first non-executive director appointment to the BBC's new Executive Board, effective from 1 December 2006.
- He has taken up the role of Senior Independent Director for the Board.
Salary and total remuneration
The salaries and total remuneration of the Executive Board are published as part of the BBC's Annual Report and Accounts 2010/11.
Total remuneration: £47,000
Last updated July 2012
Marcus Agius, was the first non-executive director appointment to the BBC's new Executive Board, effective from 1 December 2006.
He has taken up the role of Senior Independent Director for the Board.
Marcus Agius has extensive City and commercial experience. He joined Lazard in London in 1972, becoming Chairman of Lazard London in 2001 and Deputy Chairman of Lazard LLC in 2002.
He joined BAA PLC as a non-executive Director in 1995, becoming Chairman in 2002, and joined Barclays PLC in 2006 as a non-executive Director.
He retired from Lazard at the end of 2006 and became Chairman of Barclays PLC on 1 January 2007.
He holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
Marcus Agius is a Trustee of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew and is Chairman of the Kew Foundation.
Register of interests
Executive Board members must make a declaration of their personal and business interests, including any memberships or directorships of public or industry bodies, and any shareholdings, as well as any interests that their immediate families may also have. This information is published annually.