David O'Reilly

Director, Scientific Research at British American Tobacco Plc

David O'Reilly

David O'Reilly

Director, Scientific Research at British American Tobacco Plc

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Number of Boards

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Birthday

06/1966

Age

54

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Chief Marketing Officer at British American Tobacco Plc

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Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director at British American Tobacco Plc

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Executive Director, Finance Director at British American Tobacco Plc

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Director, Legal & External Affairs & General Counsel at British American Tobacco Plc

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Director-Human Resources at British American Tobacco Zambia Plc

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Executive Director-Marketing at British American Tobacco Australiasia Ltd.

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Group Operations Director at British American Tobacco Plc

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Former Chief Marketing Officer at British American Tobacco Plc

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Regional Director, Europe & North Africa at British American Tobacco Plc

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Former President & Chief Executive Officer, Reynolds American Inc at British American Tobacco Plc

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David O'Reilly
Director, Scientific Research at British American Tobacco Plc
Education
Class of 1990

Imperial College London (officially The Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine) is a public research university located in London, England, specialising in science, engineering, medicine and business. A former constituent college of the federal University of London, it became fully independent on 9 July 2007, as part of the celebrations of its centenary.

The University of Nottingham shares many of the characteristics of the world's great universities. However, they are distinct not only in their key strengths but in how their many strengths combine: they are financially secure, campus based and comprehensive; they are research-led and recruit top students and staff from around the world; they are committed to internationalising all their core activities so their students can have a valuable and enjoyable experience that prepares them well for the rest of their intellectual, professional and personal lives.

Career History
Group Scientific Director
2012 - Current

British American Tobacco Zambia Plc engages in the manufacture, marketing, and trade of cigarettes and tobacco products. It operates through the following segments: Premium, Aspirational Premium, Value for Money, and Low Value. The company is headquartered in Lusaka, Zambia.

Director, Scientific Research
2011 - Current

British American Tobacco We are the world’s second largest quoted tobacco group by global market share, with brands sold in around 180 markets. With more than 200 brands in our portfolio, we make the cigarette chosen by one in eight of the world’s one billion adult smokers. We hold robust market positions in each of our regions and have leadership in more than 50 markets. In 2011, our subsidiary companies sold 705 billion cigarettes. In the same year, our subsidiaries enabled governments worldwide to gather more than £30 billion in taxes, including excise duty on our products, almost nine times the Group’s profit after tax. We have sustained a significant global presence for over 100 years. Our business was founded in 1902 and by 1912 had become one of the world’s top dozen companies by market capitalisation. People and factories We have 46 cigarette factories in 39 countries. Eight of these plus one separate plant also make either cigarillos, roll your own or pipe tobacco. We also have a factory making smokeless snus. We employ more than 55,000 people worldwide. Our workforce is strongly multi-cultural and we have a devolved structure, with each local company having wide freedom of action and responsibility for its operations. Decisions are made as close as possible to the local stakeholders of each business, within a framework of principles, standards, policies, strategies and delegated authorities. Operating responsibly We believe that because our products pose risks to health, it is all the more important that our business is managed responsibly. Responsibility is integral to our strategy and through dialogue with our stakeholders, we are working to pursue our commercial objectives in ways consistent with changing expectations of a modern tobacco business. Tobacco growing We are the only international tobacco group with a significant interest in tobacco leaf growing, working with thousands of farmers internationally. Our companies run leaf programmes providing direct agronomy support to farmers if it is not otherwise available, covering all aspects of crop production and environmental best practice - in 2011 our companies ran these in 19 countries. The Group purchased approximately 440,000 tonnes of leaf in 2011, grown by around 200,000 farmers. What do our people say about us? How our employees feel about working here is very important to us. We carry out a regular global employee opinion survey called Your Voice to give our people a secure and confidential way to tell us exactly what they think about working at British American Tobacco

Boards & Committees
Director
2018 - Current

Nicoventures Holdings Ltd., part of British American Tobacco plc, is a company headquartered in London, UK. The firm functions as a investment holdings company. It was founded in 2012.The company says this about itself: The company acts as an investment holding company in associated undertakings of the British American Tobacco p.l.c. Group (the \"Group\") in relation to innovative inhaled nicotine products.

Member, Management Board
Current

British American Tobacco We are the world’s second largest quoted tobacco group by global market share, with brands sold in around 180 markets. With more than 200 brands in our portfolio, we make the cigarette chosen by one in eight of the world’s one billion adult smokers. We hold robust market positions in each of our regions and have leadership in more than 50 markets. In 2011, our subsidiary companies sold 705 billion cigarettes. In the same year, our subsidiaries enabled governments worldwide to gather more than £30 billion in taxes, including excise duty on our products, almost nine times the Group’s profit after tax. We have sustained a significant global presence for over 100 years. Our business was founded in 1902 and by 1912 had become one of the world’s top dozen companies by market capitalisation. People and factories We have 46 cigarette factories in 39 countries. Eight of these plus one separate plant also make either cigarillos, roll your own or pipe tobacco. We also have a factory making smokeless snus. We employ more than 55,000 people worldwide. Our workforce is strongly multi-cultural and we have a devolved structure, with each local company having wide freedom of action and responsibility for its operations. Decisions are made as close as possible to the local stakeholders of each business, within a framework of principles, standards, policies, strategies and delegated authorities. Operating responsibly We believe that because our products pose risks to health, it is all the more important that our business is managed responsibly. Responsibility is integral to our strategy and through dialogue with our stakeholders, we are working to pursue our commercial objectives in ways consistent with changing expectations of a modern tobacco business. Tobacco growing We are the only international tobacco group with a significant interest in tobacco leaf growing, working with thousands of farmers internationally. Our companies run leaf programmes providing direct agronomy support to farmers if it is not otherwise available, covering all aspects of crop production and environmental best practice - in 2011 our companies ran these in 19 countries. The Group purchased approximately 440,000 tonnes of leaf in 2011, grown by around 200,000 farmers. What do our people say about us? How our employees feel about working here is very important to us. We carry out a regular global employee opinion survey called Your Voice to give our people a secure and confidential way to tell us exactly what they think about working at British American Tobacco

Director
Current

Nicoventures Trading Ltd. researches, develops, manufactures and delivers tobacco harm reduction products and services. The firm provides innovative and sustainable solutions to global problems arising from smoking and smoking-related illnesses. The company develops ortfolio of products and services focused on smoking cessation and harm reduction, including user-friendly nicotine delivery systems and patient-focused smoking cessation and support services. The company was founded by Christopher John Lord and David Thomas Newns in September 2008 and is headquartered in Manchester, the United Kingdom.

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