Peter Lloyd Rogers
29 December 1947
|Title||CEO, Babcock International|
|Term||August 2003 – August 2016|
Peter Lloyd Rogers CBE (29 December 1947 – February 2020) was a British businessman, who was chief executive of Babcock International Group plc, a British multinational support services company specialising in managing complex assets and infrastructure in safety- and mission-critical environments. He was previously employed by Ford Motor Company and has been an executive director of Courtaulds and deputy chief executive of Acordis.
1 Early life
3 Personal life
Rogers was educated at Wymondham College, Norfolk, and graduated from the University of Manchester in 1969 with a law degree. He gained ACA and FCA accountancy qualifications in the 1970s.
Rogers was the chief executive of Babcock International from 1 August 2003 until he retired in August 2016. He was succeeded as CEO by Archie Bethel, chief executive of Babcock's marine & technology division. He was appointed CBE in the 2011 Birthday Honours.
Rogers was married twice, with two children and a stepdaughter. He was a keen rugby fan.
He died in February 2020 at the age of 72.
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