Royal Bank of Scotland confirmed this morning that Alison Rose has been appointed as the firm’s first female chief executive. Rose, who is currently deputy chief executive of Natwest and the boss of the bank’s commercial arm, is replacing Ross McEwan at the helm of the company. Read more: RBS ‘returns from the wilderness’ with dividend Starting next month, she will take up the position as chief executive and executive director on the boards of RBS, Natwest, National Westminster Bank and Ulster Bank. In a statement this morning, Rose said: “It is a huge honour to have been appointed as the new CEO of RBS and I am looking forward to getting started. As one of the oldest and most important financial institutions in the UK, we have a key role to play in supporting the economy and championing the potential that exists across the country.” Over the last three decades Rose has risen up the ranks at RBS, and prior to her current role she served as head of Europe, Middle East and Africa for markets and international banking. RBS chairman Howard Davies added: “I am delighted that we have appointed Alison as our new CEO. She brings extensive… Read full this story
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