Shatish is currently a Non-executive Director and Chair of the Audit Committee at Renew Holdings Plc, an engineering services business with a turnover of £601m. He has also been a NED at Camelot Group Plc, where he sat on the Audit & Risk Committee; and a Public Member at Network Rail, a role similar to that of an institutional shareholder in holding the Board of Network Rail to account.
A strategic and commercially-focused business leader, Shatish has a proven track record of driving shareholder value. He has strong international experience across a number of sectors including industrial, business services, advanced electronics, building materials and infrastructure.
In his executive career, Shatish was CFO at Forterra, joining the business whilst under private equity ownership and successfully taking it through an IPO, with a listing on the main market in London in April 2016. Once the business was established as a new plc, he drove the implementation of a revised strategy. During the period the Group’s market capitalisation increased from £360m to c£700m leading to its entry into the FTSE250.
From 2008 to 2014 Shatish worked at TT Electronics PLC as CFO and successfully implemented a major change programme together with the CEO. Prior to this, Shatish was at De La Rue Plc, where he supported the restructuring and subsequent sale of the cash systems business to private equity.
Shatish graduated from Oxford University with a double first in Mathematics prior to qualifying as a Chartered Accountant and doing an MBA at the London Business School. He lives in Middlesex with his family and enjoys travel, experiencing different cultures and sport, including football, cricket and tennis.