RBS appoints new Executive Chairman for Asia Pacific


RBS appoints new Executive Chairman for Asia Pacific

The Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Donald Workman to the position of Executive Chairman, RBS Asia Pacific.

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29 May 2013

Mr. Workman has worked in RBS for 21 years and served most recently as Head of the Asset Protection Scheme unit, an important part of the restructuring of RBS.

He has extensive Asian experience having led the Global Banking and Markets team working on the strategic cooperation with Bank of China, and he subsequently led the ABN AMRO Australian business immediately after the take-over.

Mr. Workman succeeds John McCormick who has decided to leave the Group later this year after 17 years of valued service.

Mr. Workman will begin the transition into this role immediately to ensure a smooth handover of responsibilities to clients, regulators and staff.

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