RBS becomes first major British bank to appoint female CEO

RBS becomes first major British bank to appoint female CEO

Following a 27-year long career, Alison Rose hit the headlines this week following her appointment as CEO of The Royal Bank of Scotland, making her the first woman CEO of a major British bank. Rose is set to take over the position from current CEO Ross McEwan in November this year.  

Despite signifying progress, according to a report by the 30 percent club, Rose remains in a minority, with only 3.7% of female CEOs amongst the FTSE 350. In addition, our preliminary r

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