RBS appoints new deputy chief executive

Written by Oliver Wade
15/11/2018

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) yesterday appointed a new deputy chief executive to head ring-fenced bank NatWest Holdings.

Chief executive of commercial and private banking Alison Rose will take on the new role from the beginning of December, but will also continue in her current position while deputising for Ross McEwan.

Commenting, RBS chief executive Ross McEwan said: “Alison has been doing a fantastic job leading our commercial and private banking division and cementing our position as the UK’s biggest and best bank for business.

“Alison’s commitment and focus on our customers will also be a strong addition to board discussions and decision-making and this appointment is a reflection of that.”

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