RBS names former regulator Pain as head of conduct

by admin on May 27, 2013

LONDON (Reuters) – State-backed British lender Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Jon Pain, a former director at the country's financial services regulator, as its new head of conduct, it said on Monday. Pain will join RBS from accountants KPMG in August as head of the bank's newly-created conduct and regulatory affairs role. The move follows similar appointments at Lloyds Banking Group and …

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