MAG Executive Committee
Group Chief Executive, MAG
Appointed Group Chief Executive in October 2010.
Prior to joining MAG, Charlie was Managing Director of Utility Solutions, the commercial business of United Utilities (UU) with operations in the UK, the Middle East, Australia, Bulgaria, Poland, Estonia and the Philippines and was a Director of UU PLC. Previously he worked for a number of manufacturing and service companies including Plessey Telecommunications, British Aerospace and ABF.
Ken O'Toole FCA
Chief Development Officer, MAG
Ken O’Toole was appointed as Chief Development Officer in April 2020. He previously served as Chief Executive of London Stansted Airport from September 2017. Prior to this he was Chief Executive of Manchester Airport.
He spent six years with Ryanair Holdings plc, joining initially as Head of Revenue Management and latterly as Director of New Route Development.
A qualified Chartered Accountant, his previous experience includes Musgrave Group, a leading Irish and UK based retailer and Credit Suisse First Boston.
Jan Bramall ACA
Chief Financial Officer, MAG
Jan Bramall joined MAG in 2018 as Group Finance Director, prior to taking on the role as Chief Financial Officer in December 2020.
Jan previously held VP Finance roles across listed International business including JCI and Tyco with responsibility across Europe, North America, South America and Canada.
Jan qualified with PwC and specialised in Corporate Finance and M&A transactions post qualification.
Chief of Staff, MAG
Tim Hawkins leads the Group’s strategy, public affairs, external communications and CSR teams. He has been with MAG since 2013.
Prior to that, Tim was a part of London Stansted Airport’s senior leadership team with responsibility for economic regulation and long term planning. Tim led the airport’s engagement with the CAA during the regulatory review which led to Stansted being de-regulated.
Before joining Stansted in 2011, Tim held a number of positions with BAA, working on a wide range of regulatory, competition and policy issues.
Chief Executive, MAG USA
Martin Jones serves as CEO of MAG USA overseeing the development of MAG's North American airport and travel services business based in Chicago.
During his time at MAG USA, Martin has led the opening of multiple Escape Lounges, and the acquisition of Airport Parking Reservations, ParkSleepFly.com, ShuttleFinder.com and AirportParking.com.
Martin joined MAG USA following his role as Commercial Director and Deputy CEO for Manchester Airport Group (MAG) at London Stansted Airport. Prior to this Martin was Group Retail Director for MAG.
Before joining MAG, Martin was UK Sales Director for Vodafone UK leading all of their physical and digital sales channels for the Consumer Division and also spend 15 years at Marks and Spencer doing various roles. His final role there was as CEO of Marks and Spencer Reliance India based in Delhi.
General Counsel, MAG
Jenny Cochrane was appointed General Counsel and Company Secretary in April 2020. Jenny has been with MAG since 2013 having previously held the position of Legal Director with responsibility for the legal function across the Group. Prior to joining MAG Jenny worked in private practice and specialised in corporate finance.
Chief Information Officer, MAG
Nicholas Woods joined MAG in 2016 to lead Technology for the £1bn Manchester Transformation Programme. He was promoted to Chief Technology Officer in 2017 and was subsequently appointed CIO in September 2018.
Prior to joining MAG, Nicholas worked in consulting for Accenture, where he specialised in the delivery of complex systems integration and transformation programmes. He studied Computer Science and Management Science at the University of Edinburgh.
Chief People Officer, MAG
Cath Bailey joined MAG in 2020 as Chief People Officer. She is passionate about bringing a real commercial focus to the people agenda and leading organisations and teams through transformational change.
Prior to MAG, Cath was Vice President HR, Global Commercial Business at Avon Cosmetics. At Avon, Cath led the development of a Commercial Blueprint to enable investment in new commercial capabilities, while delivering significant cost savings.
Prior to joining Avon, Cath worked for Kellogg’s - one of the world’s leading cereal and snacks companies - where she spent over ten years in both European and Global roles. As VP, HR European Markets, she led the reorganisation of the European business following the acquisition of Pringles.
Cath also spent over ten years with Barclays. She holds a BSc(Hons) in Psychology and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and an alumni of Executive Programmes at Harvard and INSEAD Business Schools.