Don Robert to step down from BoE’s Court of Directors

Following his appointment as chairman of London Stock Exchange Group with effect from 1 May 2019, Don Robert is to step down as a non-executive director at the Court of the Bank of England (BoE) from that date.

Robert joined the Court as a non-executive director in July 2014, and he also serves as non-executive chairman of Experian. Previously he held executive roles with First American Corp and Credo Inc.

Commenting on Robert’s departure, BoE governor Mark Carney said: “I want to thank Don for the valuable contribution that he has made to the Court of the Bank of England over the last few years. His expertise and experience have ensured he has been a real asset to the Bank. He has made a particular impact in technology, including on the RTGS Renewal Programme. I wish him every success for his new role.”

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