People: Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS)

RBS on New York Consolidated

12.34USD
26 Dec 2014
Price Change (% chg)

$0.03 (+0.24%)
Prev Close
$12.31
Open
$12.35
Day's High
$12.37
Day's Low
$12.32
Volume
96,724
Avg. Vol
497,025
52-wk High
$12.64
52-wk Low
$9.80

Search Stocks

Summary

Name Age Since Current Position

Philip Hampton

60 2009 Chairman of the Board

Ross McEwan

56 2013 Chief Executive Officer, Director

Ewen Stevenson

47 2014 Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director

Rory Cullinan

54 2014 Corporate Executive - RBS Capital Resolution Group

Suneel Kamlani

52 2013 Co-CEO - Markets

Les Matheson

54 2014 Corporate Executive - UK Retail

John Owen

2013 Chief Executive - International Banking

Chris Sullivan

56 2009 Chief Executive - UK Corporate Banking

Bruce Van Saun

2013 Corporate Executive - Chairman & Chief Executive and Head of RBS Americas

Simon McNamara

54 2013 Group Chief Administrative Officer

David Stephen

49 2013 Group Chief Risk Officer

Jon Pain

56 2013 Head - Conduct

Aileen Taylor

41 2010 Group Secretary

Morten Friis

61 2014 Non-Executive Director

Robert Gillespie

59 2013 Non-Executive Director

Sandy Crombie

65 2009 Senior Independent Non-Executive Director

Alison Davis

52 2011 Independent Non-Executive Director

Penelope Hughes

55 2010 Independent Non-Executive Director

Brendan Nelson

64 2010 Independent Non-Executive Director

Sheila Noakes

64 2011 Independent Non-Executive Director

Richard O'Connor

Head - Investor Relations

Biographies

Name Description

Philip Hampton

Sir. Philip Hampton is Chairman of the Board of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc. He is appointed to the Board on 19 January 2009 and to the position of Chairman on 3 February 2009. Previously chairman of J Sainsbury plc and group finance director at Lloyds TSB Group, BT Group plc, BG Group plc, British Gas and British Steel plc, an executive director of Lazards and a non-executive director of RMC Group plc and Belgacom SA. He is also a former chairman of UK Financial Investments Limited, which manages the UK Government’s shareholdings in banks.

Ross McEwan

Mr. Ross Maxwell McEwan has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer, Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC., October 1, 2013. He was appointed Chief Executive Officer for UK Retail in September 2012, joining RBS from Commonwealth Bank of Australia where he was the Group Executive for Retail Banking Services. Ross has worked in retail banking for more than a decade, with over half that time spent at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA). CBA is the country's retail lender with over 16,500 staff serving 10 million customers - nearly 40 per cent of the entire population of Australia. Prior to that position, Ross was Executive General Manager at CBA in charge of its branch network, contact centres and third party mortgage brokers. Since joining RBS last year, Ross has begun a programme of investment across retail banking, focusing on improving branch facilities and offering advanced online and mobile banking services for customers. Ross has worked in the insurance and investment industries both in Australia and New Zealand for more than 25 years. He has management experience having spent over 18 years in senior executive roles including, Managing Director of stock-broking business First NZ Capital Securities and Chief Executive of National Mutual Life Association of Australasia Ltd/AXA New Zealand Ltd. He holds a Bachelor of Business Studies, majoring in Industrial Relations & Personnel Management.

Ewen Stevenson

Mr. Ewen Stevenson has been appointed as Chief Financial Officer, Executive Director of the Company effective May 19, 2014. He joins RBS from Credit Suisse, London, where he is Co-Head of its EMEA Investment Banking Department and its Global Financial Institutions Group, Investment Banking. Ewen has been with Credit Suisse in the UK and New Zealand throughout his career, which spans 25 years. Having quickly progressed to senior positions within its Investment Banking Department, Ewen has extensive management and restructuring experience. In 2008 and 2009 he was a senior member of the Credit Suisse team advising HM Treasury on the recapitalisations of RBS and Lloyds Banking Group and the good bank/bad bank restructuring of Northern Rock. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce and Administration (majoring in accountancy) and a Bachelor of Laws.

Rory Cullinan

Rory Cullinan became CEO of the RBS Capital Resolution Group (CRG) on 1 January 2014. CRG was set up to deliver, transform, optimise or exit the businesses and assets which will be the primary driver of the RBS capital build. CRG includes RBS Capital Resolution (RCR) and the divestments of both RBS Citizens Financial Group, Inc and Williams & Glyn. He previously served as CEO of the Group’s Non-Core Division and also led the negotiation and establishment of RBS’s entry into the UK Government’s Asset Protection Scheme. Rory previously worked at RBS as Head of Equity Finance (2002-2005). Before rejoining RBS he was Co-Managing Partner and Group Board Member at Renaissance Group. Prior to 2002, he worked for a variety of banks and active financial investment companies in the Americas, Africa and Europe including Permira Advisors, Verdoso Investments (a company he co-founded), Pembridge Investments and Citibank.

Suneel Kamlani

Mr. Suneel Kamlani is the Co-CEO - Markets of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC. Suneel Kamlani joined the Group in 2010 and is currently Co-Chief Executive Officer of Markets with responsibility for global trading, sales, research and origination across interest rate products, foreign exchange, asset backed securities, emerging markets, credit fixed income and debt capital markets. In this capacity, he oversees businesses which provide financing, risk management and advisory services to major corporations, financial institutions and public sector clients around the world. Based in the Group’s offices in Stamford, Connecticut, Suneel also serves in a regional capacity as Chairman of Markets and International Banking, Americas and Deputy Head of RBS Americas. Suneel has over 30 years of experience in investment banking, having previously served as Chief Operating Officer for UBS’s Investment Bank and as a member of the UBS Group managing board. He has worked in New York, London, Hong Kong and Stamford, leading investment banking and capital markets businesses globally.

Les Matheson

Les Matheson is the Chief Executive of UK Retail from 11 Feb 2014. He joined RBS in January 2010 as Managing Director of Products, assumed additional responsibility for Marketing in October 2011 and then served as interim Chief Executive for UK Retail before assuming the role on a permanent basis. Prior to joining RBS, Les was Group Executive Retail for St George Bank (part of the Westpac Group of companies) and before that was with Citigroup for eleven years, where he was CEO Citibank Australia, Citigroup Country Officer for Australia and a member of the Citigroup Global Management Committee. Prior to Citigroup Les worked for a number of consumer marketing companies. He began his career with Procter & Gamble in Brand Management in the UK. Les is a member of the Board of Visa Europe and is a member of the Edinburgh University Court.

John Owen

Chris Sullivan

Mr. Chris Sullivan is Chief Executive - UK Corporate Banking of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since August 2009. He has responsibility for Ulster Bank Group. Chris’ previous role was as Chief Executive of RBS Insurance. Prior to this, Chris was Chief Executive of Retail and Deputy Chief Executive of Retail Markets. Chris is the Group sponsor for Gender Diversity and the Group’s internal Women’s Networks and was recognised as the European Diversity Champion of the Year in 2011. He is an active sponsor of professional and leadership development and is a member of the Chartered Banker Professional Standards Board and Governor of Ashridge College. Chris holds a number of positions outside the Group including Chairman of the Global Banking Alliance for women and is a member of the Westminster Abbey Investment Committee. Chris earned his Fellowship of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland for his services to Scottish Banking.

Bruce Van Saun

Mr. Bruce W. Van Saun, CPA, is Group Finance Director, Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc. Prior to taking up his current role, Bruce was Group Finance Director and a director of the Company, RBS and NatWest having been appointed to those positions in 2009. Bruce has more than 30 years of financial services experience and has previously held senior positions with Bank of New York, Bank of New York Mellon, Deutsche Bank, Wasserstein Perella Group and Kidder Peabody & Co. Bruce is currently a Director of Lloyd’s of London and is a member of the Financial Services Roundtable and The Clearing House supervisory board and is active in several community organisations.

Simon McNamara

Simon McNamara was appointed Group Chief Administrative Officer, RBS Group in September 2013. Prior to joining the Group, Simon was Chief Information Officer of Standard Chartered’s Consumer Bank based in Singapore and has previously held a number of senior Information Technology and Operations positions in the global financial services industry including with Westpac Banking Corporation, Deutsche Bank, BNP Paribas and Midland Bank. He was also a founding partner in a successful software start-up company, CATS INC, in Silicon Valley. Simon holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Economics and Statistics from University College Swansea and a Post Graduate Diploma in Computer Science from the University of Hertfordshire. He has also completed the Executive Programme at Stanford University.

David Stephen

David Stephen is the Group Chief Risk Officer of RBS from October 1st, 2013. He is responsible for risk globally across all divisions including credit risk, market risk and operational risk functions and enterprise risk management. Spanning a 28 year career in the finance industry across London, New York, Hong Kong and Melbourne, he has worked for both full service and investment banks. These included Credit Suisse Financial Products where he was Chief Credit Officer and ANZ Bank where he was Group Chief Risk Officer and was a member of ANZ Bank's Management Board. David is a graduate of Melbourne's Monash University.

Jon Pain

Mr. Jon Pain has been appointed as the Head - Conduct of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC., with effect from May 27, 2013.Jon has over 30 years’ experience in Financial Services including three years as Managing Director of Supervision at the Financial Services Authority (FSA) during the financial crisis (2008 - 2011). Prior to the FSA, Jon’s executive career was with the Lloyds Banking Group (LBG) where he held a range of senior roles including Managing Director of LBG’s C&G mortgage business, the General Insurance Business and the Private Banking Business.

Aileen Taylor

Ms. Aileen Taylor is Group Secretary of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since May 1, 2010. A qualified solicitor, joined RBS in 2000. She was appointed Deputy Group Secretary and Head of Group Secretariat in 2007, and prior to that held various legal, secretariat and risk roles including Head of External Risk, Retail, Head of Regulatory Risk, Retail Direct and Head of Legal and Compliance at Direct Line Financial Services. She is a fellow of the Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland, a fellow of the Industry and Parliament Trust and a member of the European Corporate Governance Council.

Morten Friis

Mr. Morten N. Friis has been appointed as Non-Executive Director of the Company effective April 10, 2014. He has also been appointed as member of the Group Audit Committee and Board Risk Committee. Morten has 34 years financial services experience and has previously held various roles at Royal Bank of Canada and its subsidiaries including Associate Director at Orion Royal Bank, Vice President, Business Banking and Vice President, Financial Institutions. In 1997, he was appointed as Senior Vice President, Group Risk Management and served as the Chief Credit Officer then Chief Risk Officer from 2004 to 2014. He was also previously a Director RBC Bank (USA), Westbury Life Insurance Company, RBC Life Insurance Company and of RBC Dexia Investor Services Trust Company. He is a member of the Board of Directors of The Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, the Harvard Business School Club of Toronto and the Philadelphia-based Risk Management Association.

Robert Gillespie

Mr. Robert Gillespie has been appointed as Non-Executive Director of the Company with effect from December 2, 2013. Robert began his career with Price Waterhouse (now PricewaterhouseCoopers) where he qualified as a chartered accountant. He then moved into banking joining SG Warburg, specialising in corporate finance, and was appointed as Co-Head and Managing Director of its US investment banking business in 1989. Following the acquisition of Warburg by UBS in 1995, he then held the roles of Head of UK Corporate Finance, Head of European Corporate Finance and Co-Head of its global business and CEO of the EMEA region. He relinquished his management roles at the end of 2005, and was appointed Vice Chairman of UBS Investment Bank. Robert left UBS to join Evercore Partners, from where he was seconded to the UK Panel on Takeovers and Mergers, as Director General, from 2010 to 2013.

Sandy Crombie

Sir Sandy Crombie is Senior Independent Non-Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since June 1, 2009. Previously group chief executive of Standard Life plc. He was also previously a director of the Association of British Insurers, a member of the former Chancellor of the Exchequer’s High Level Group on Financial Services and Chairman of the Edinburgh World City of Literature Trust. In 2007 he was the Prince of Wales’ Ambassador for Corporate Social Responsibility in Scotland.

Alison Davis

Ms. Alison Davis has been Independent Non-Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC since August 1, 2011. She is also Member of the Nominating Committee of the Company. Former director of First Data Corporation and chair of the board of LECG Corporation, Managing partner of Fifth Era, an investment firm focussed on early stage technology investments. Previously, she served as a director of City National Bank and First Data Corporation and as chair of the board of LECG Corporation. She has also worked at McKinsey & Company, AT Kearney, as Chief Financial Officer at Barclays Global Investors (now BlackRock) and managing partner of Belvedere Capital, a private equity firm focused on buy-outs in the financial services sector.

Penelope Hughes

Ms. Penelope Hughes is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since January 1, 2010. Previously a director and chairman of the Remuneration Committee of Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken AB and a non-executive director of Home Retail Group plc and chairman of its Remuneration Committee. She spent the majority of her executive career at Coca- Cola where she held a number of leadership positions, latterly as President, Coca-Cola Great Britain and Ireland. Former non-executive directorships include Vodafone Group plc, Reuters Group PLC, Cable & Wireless Worldwide plc and The Gap Inc.

Brendan Nelson

Mr. Brendan R. Nelson is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since April 1, 2010. Former global chairman, financial services for KPMG. Previously held senior leadership roles within KPMG including as a member of the KPMG UK board from 1999 to 2006 and as vice-chairman from 2006. Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland from 2005 to 2008.

Sheila Noakes

Brnss. Baroness Sheila Noakes is an Independent Non-Executive Director of Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc., since August 1, 2011. An experienced director on UK listed company boards with extensive and varied political and public sector experience. A qualified chartered accountant, she previously headed KPMG’s European and International Government practices and has been President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales. She was appointed to the House of Lords in 2000 and has served on the Conservative front bench in various roles including as shadow treasury minister between 2003 and May 2010. Previously held non-executive roles on the Court of the Bank of England, Hanson, ICI, John Laing and SThree.

Richard O'Connor

Search Stocks