LLOYDS Banking Group audit director Sue Harris has joined FTSE 250 wealth managers St James’s Place as a non-executive director.
Also joining from Lloyds is Alison Hewitt. Lloyds owns a 37% stake in St James’, having sold a 20% stake last month. It inherited the near 60% stake in St James’s after rescuing HBOS.
Harris is an experienced business finance specialist. Before joining Lloyds she held senior finance and treasury roles at Standard Life and Marks & Spencer.
She served as finance director for group finance at Lloyds between January 2010 to November 2012, and was then appointed group audit director.
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