audit committee chairman Archie Hunter is stepping down.
The former KPMG Scottish senior partner will quit the role at RBS’ AGM in
April after six years in the role.
A search for his replacement is “well advanced”, said the bank.
Chairman Philip Hampton, praised Hunter for his loyal service.
president in 1997/1998.
He is currently chairman of Macfarlane Group plc, a director of Edinburgh US
Tracker Trust and a governor of the Beatson Institute for Cancer Research.
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