PracticeAuditRBS audit chairman Hunter to step down

RBS audit chairman Hunter to step down

Archie Hunter to leave RBS after six years

RBS
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.

Hunter was
ICAS
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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