People Moves: RBS, FCA, Canada Life, AJ Bell, Earthworm and Just Group

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Royal Bank of Scotland RBS has named Alison Rose as its new chief executive in a landmark move that makes her the first woman to lead one of the UK's big four banks. Rose, who joined the bank 27 years ago as a graduate trainee, will replace the incumbent Ross McEwan in November. RBS said in a statement that she will be paid more than her predecessor, with her annual salary set at £1.1m compared versus McEwan's £1m. Rose is currently the chief executive of the commercial and private banking division. Other UK lenders have been led by women with Ana Botin was formerly in charge of Santand...

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