RBS chief executive McEwan to step down after five years

Bank looking for successor

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Ross McEwan is set for a 12-month notice period until the bank finds a successor
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Ross McEwan is set for a 12-month notice period until the bank finds a successor

Royal Bank of Scotland chief executive Ross McEwan is set to step down from his role after more than five years which saw him return the bank to profitability.

The news was announced in advance of the bank's annual general meeting in Edinburgh taking place today (Thursday 25 April), with the CEO set for a 12-month notice period until the bank finds a successor....

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