Don Robert is to become chair at the London Stock Exchange Group, while Martin Barrington and Tim Score take the boardroom reins at AB InBev and British Land respectively.
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Don Robert has been named as the new chair of the London Stock Exchange Group, replacing Donald Brydon. Robert is the current chair of Experian. He will join LSE as a non-executive director initially and is set to become chair at the exchange’s AGM in May.
Martin Barrington has been made chair of the board of brewer AB InBev, the maker of Budweiser and Stella Artois beers. Barrington has been on the board for two years, representing Marlborough, a major shareholder in AB.
Tim Score will become chair of British Land at the company’s annual general meeting on 19 July this year. Score jo
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