Noreen Doyle has been appointed as the new BBA Chair. She is the first woman to chair the BBA and the first to come from the wholesale banking side of the membership. The appointment takes effect from 17th October, 2015.
The Bank of England’s plans to impose seven-year clawbacks on bonuses and threaten bankers with jail could damage the City of London’s competitiveness and impose direct costs of more than £260m ($439.3m) on the country’s banks, the industry has warned.
Anthony Browne has been appointed as the next chief executive of the British Bankers' Association (BBA) to succeed Angela Knight who is stepping down to join Energy UK.