Wealth Manager - the site for professional investment managers

Register to get unlimited access to all of Citywire’s Fund Manager database. Registration is free and only takes a minute.

Lloyds drafts in Brown Shipley chair to lead risk committee

Lloyds drafts in Brown Shipley chair to lead risk committee

Brown Shipley chairman Alan Dickinson has joined the board of Lloyds Bank.

Dickinson will serve as a member of the group's audit and risk committees and will take over as chairman of the risk committee of the latter later in the year. He joins the board on 8 September.

Dickinson's has had a number of roles in the UK banking industry, rising to prominence as chief executive of RBS UK. 

He was appointed chairman of Brown Shipley in April 2012, replacing Stephen Blaney who stood down after 34 years' service with the firm.

Commenting on the appointment, Lloyds chair Lloyd Blackwell said: 'Alan is a highly regarded retail and commercial banker having spent 37 years with the Royal Bank of Scotland, most notably as chief executive of RBS UK, and more recently as a non-executive director of Nationwide Building Society and chairman of its risk committee. 

'Alan's strategic focus and core banking experience complements the balance of skills on our board.'

Leave a comment!

Please sign in or register to comment. It is free to register and only takes a minute or two.
Citywire TV
Play Volatility spike: How ETFs can soften the blow

Volatility spike: How ETFs can soften the blow

ETFGI’s Deborah Fuhr discusses the role of ETFs in client portfolios during volatile market conditions

Play Winter market warmers, the post QE world and timing the FED

Winter market warmers, the post QE world and timing the FED

This week’s episode of Investment Pulse looks at the winding down of quantitative easing, whether to try and time a Federal Reserve rate rise and if strong seasonal performers can reverse recent market slumps

Play JPM’s Negyal: Back divis to temper EM volatility

JPM’s Negyal: Back divis to temper EM volatility

Omar Negyal, co-manager of the JPMorgan Global Emerging Markets Income trust, says a dividend approach to emerging markets reduces the volatility of investing in the asset class.

Wealth Manager on Twitter