Statement of Directors’ shareholdings and share interests

The interests of the Directors and connected persons (including, amongst others, members of the Director’s immediate family) in the share capital of Balfour Beatty plc and its subsidiary undertakings during the year are set out below:

DirectorsBeneficially
owned at
1 January 20151,2
Beneficially
owned at
31 December
20152 3 4
Outstanding PSP awards

Outstanding DBP awards

Outstanding
share buyout awards
Beneficially
owned at
31 December
2015 as a %
of base salary at
31 December
2015
Guideline met5
Philip Harrison 1,685 6,349 295,857   92,493 4.3%  No
Duncan Magrath 191,890 226,905          
Leo Quinn 20,000 162,675 788,954 193,280 1,812,767 54.9%  No
Peter Zinkin6 315,694 315,863          
Philip Aiken 10,000          
Robert Amen 10,139 10,139          
Stephen Billingham7 11,291 11,350          
Stuart Doughty          
Iain Ferguson 55,000 55,000          
Maureen Kempston Darkes 7,000 7,000          
Steve Marshall 17,142 17,142          
Graham Roberts 15,000  15,000          

1Or date of appointment, if later.
2Includes any shares held in the Company’s all-employee Share Incentive Plan.
3Or date of stepping down from the Board, if earlier.
4As at 14 March 2016, there have been no changes to the above other than in respect of ordinary shares held in the Share Incentive Plan which increased the shares for Leo Quinn by 182.
5The executive Directors are required to hold shares in the Company worth 100% of base salary and must retain no fewer than 50% of the shares, net of taxes, vesting under the DBP and PSP until the required shareholding is met.
6Peter Zinkin was also interested at 1 January 2015 and 26 March 2015 in 325 cumulative convertible redeemable preference shares of 1p each in Balfour Beatty plc.
7Stephen Billingham was also interested in 33,272 and 34,612 cumulative convertible redeemable preference shares of 1p each in Balfour Beatty plc on appointment and at 31 December 2015, respectively. As at 14 March 2016, Stephen Billingham had acquired a further 1,458 preference shares as a result of reinvestment of dividends.