Joined the Board and was appointed Chairman in September 2009. Previously Chairman of Citigroup Inc. from December 2007 to February 2009. He joined J Henry Schroder & Co in January 1966 and became Managing Director of Schroders Asia in 1971. Group Chief Executive of Schroders in 1984 and Chairman in 1995. Following the acquisition of Schroders’ investment banking business by Citigroup in 2000, became Chairman of Citigroup Europe before being appointed acting Chief Executive Officer of Citigroup in 2007 and subsequently as Chairman in the same year. A Non-Executive Director of Eli Lilly and Company, and The McGraw Hill Companies Inc. in the United States. He is a member of Akbank International Advisory Board and Chairman of the Advisory Council of TheCityUK. Aged 71.
Joined the Board on 1 March 2010. Executive Director, member of the Group Executive Committee and Chief Executive, International Retail and Commercial Banking at Barclays until December 2006. Joined Barclays in 1983 and held various senior management positions, including Chief Executive, Personal Financial Services and Chief Executive, Business Banking. Was also a Non-Executive Director of BAA until June 2006 and a Non-Executive Director of Absa Group Limited, one of South Africa's largest financial services groups, until October 2006. From 2007 to 2009 he was also the Chairman and Chief Executive of BAWAG P.S.K. AG, the second largest retail bank in Austria. Non-Executive Chairman of The Mind Gym. Aged 50.
|Joined the board on 1 June 2012 and became Chairman of Scottish Widows Group on 1 September 2012. Chairman of Interserve plc, a non-executive director of Ofcom and of Halma plc and a member of the board of the Centre for Policy Studies. In May 2012, he retired as a non executive director of Standard Life, having been a director since 2003 and Senior Independent Director of Standard Life plc since 2008. His previous roles include: a partner of McKinsey & Co., director of Group Development at National Westminster Bank plc and non-executive directorships at Dixons Group plc and SEGRO plc from which he retired as Senior Independent Director in 2010 after serving for nine years on that Board. From 1995 to1997, Norman was Head of the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit and was appointed a life peer in 1997. Aged 60.|
Joined the board on 1 June 2012. A non-executive director of The Vitec Group plc and a member of its Audit, Nominations and Remuneration Committees. She served as a non-executive director of the Financial Services Authority (FSA) between 2008 and 2011 and was Chair of the FSA’s Risk Committee from 2010 - 2011. Until April 2011, she was Director of Group Development and Strategy at ITV plc, having also spent eight years at the BBC including five years as Director of Strategy and a member of its Executive Board. She has also been a partner at McKinsey & Co. and a policy adviser in the Prime Minister’s Policy Unit. Carolyn began her career as an Economist at the World Bank. In January 2012, she was appointed a trustee of Marie Curie Cancer Care. Aged 52.
Joined the Board on 1 December 2010. Chairman of Victrex, the FTSE 250 global manufacturer of high performance polymers, having previously been the Senior Independent Director. Since 2000, she has held a portfolio of Non-Executive Directorships, currently holding positions as Senior Non-Executive Director of Aberdeen Asset Management and as Non-Executive Director of IMI. Prior to this she was Executive Director of Abbott Mead Vickers, Director of Corporate Development at WPP Group and a Non-Executive Director of Northumbrian Water and has held various investment and marketing roles at Scottish Provident and the Royal Bank of Scotland. Aged 55.
Joined the Board in March 2009. President and Chief Executive of the Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association. Held a number of senior appointments in JP Morgan Chase from 1993 to 2008 including Vice Chairman, financial institutions and governments, from 2005. A Director of the Great-West Life Insurance Co., Power Corporation of Canada and Power Financial Corp. A former Director in the Office of Thrift Supervision, US Department of the Treasury, Koram Bank, the International Foundation of Election Systems and the US-Japan Foundation and a former member of the Global Markets Advisory Committee for the National Intelligence Council. Aged 67.
Joined the Board in 2008. Chairman of Deloitte UK from 1995 to 2007 and a member of the Board from 1991 to 2007. Joined the firm in 1973 and was a partner from 1982 until he retired in 2008. A member of the Board of directors of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu from 1999 to 2007. Chairman of Great Portland Estates. A Governor of Berkhamsted School. Aged 62.
Joined the Board in April 2009. Previously Chief Executive of Hermes Pensions Management. Held a number of senior appointments in AMP Asset Management from 1991 to 1998. A Non-Executive Director of Hammerson, Vodafone and Witan Investment Trust and Chairman of Lincoln's Inn Investment Committee. A former Chairman of MEPC, the Asian Infrastructure Fund and of the Strategic Investment Board (Northern Ireland) and a former member of the Financial Reporting Council. Aged 67.
Joined the Board on 1 February 2012. Between 2004 and 2011, Managing Director of Argos, the second biggest internet retailer in the UK. From January 2000 to April 2004, Marketing Director for Sainsbury’s Supermarkets, before being promoted to the position of Deputy Managing Director and serving on the Board of J Sainsbury plc from January 2003 to the end of March 2004. Retail Marketing Director for Abbey National from December 1996 to December 1999 and worked for Mars Confectionery from September 1983 to December 1996, rising to European Franchise Manager. Non-Executive Director of Mitchells & Butler from April 2003 to January 2010. Non-Executive Director of United Utilities Group plc from 1 March 2012. Aged 51.