THE FORMER finance director of Lloyds Banking Group is to leave after seven years with the bank.
Helen Weir was one of just a few female FDs among FTSE 100 companies when she joined Lloyds in 2004 from Kingfisher. In 2008 she became group executive director of the retail bank.
She leaves alongside Archie Kane, group executive director in charge of insurance and Scotland.
António Horta-Osório,group chief executive, said: “I would like to thank Archie and Helen for the significant contribution they have made to the Group. I wish them both well for the future.”
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