Troubled Co-op groups appoints Myners to lead review
LONDON Dec 12 (Reuters) - The Co-operative Group on Thursday appointed financial and political heavyweight Paul Myners to its board, to help lead a review of how the troubled group is governed.
Myners was previously the Financial Services Minister in the Treasury. He has also held such positions as chairman of retailer Marks & Spencer, Guardian Media Group and Land Securities.
Co-op, the food-to-funerals group, has been engulfed by a scandal at its banking arm after police arrested its former Bank chairman, Paul Flowers, as part of an investigation into the supply of illegal drugs.
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