The former CEO of Barclays Investments Solutions becomes a non-executive director of BlackRock Sustainable American Income Trust.
Lessons from Davos; companies risk sliding back on ethical practices; economics affects everyone; Sir John Kingman moves to Barclays.
Sir John Kingman will join as a NED and take over from Crawford Gillies as chair of the group’s ring-fenced banking arm, Barclays UK.
US shareholders tend to approve companies’ climate plans, while support is waning among European shareholders, finds study.
Venkatakrishnan, the bank’s former head of global markets and group chief risk officer, takes over from Jes Staley.
Sir Ian will be replaced by Crawford Gillies from 1 January, but will remain on the Barclays board until the AGM in May.
Covid-19 crisis sees renewed emphasis from investors on alignment between executive pay and wider workforce remuneration.
Speedy Hire gets a new chairman; and BTG’s new remuneration committee chair will have interesting discussions ahead, as a tranche of shareholders vote against recent remuneration policy.
Prudential Regulatory Authority warns it will act using the senior managers’ regime where executive behaviour is found to be wanting.
Barclays reveals the challenge facing financial services on equal pay by disclosing that on average women are paid almost half as much as men at the bank.