Ken Gregor is Chief Financial Officer of Jaguar Land Rover, a position he was appointed to in June 2008. As a member of the Executive Committee of Jaguar Land Rover, his focus is on the financial management of the business to deliver shareholder value and support the company’s growth ambitions. His direct responsibilities include corporate finance, treasury, financial reporting, accounting, tax and internal control as well as providing business partnering support to all areas of Jaguar Land Rover’s global operations.
Ken joined Jaguar Cars in 1997 and before his appointment as CFO held a number of roles within the Jaguar and Land Rover businesses including Group Financial Controller and financial control roles within Marketing, Sales and Service and Product Development. Ken was also one of the executives responsible for leading the transition of the worldwide commercial activities of Jaguar and Land Rover from Ford Motor Company to Tata, following the latter’s acquisition of the business in 2008.
Between 1989 and 1996 Ken worked for HSBC Investment Bank plc in London advising on mergers, acquisitions and privatisations.
Ken holds a BSc (Hons) in Applied Maths from the University of St Andrews and an MBA from Cranfield University. Based in Kenilworth, Warwickshire Ken's interests include cycling and hill walking.