Company Secretary ChangeSource: RNS
8 November 2018
LLOYDS BANKING GROUP: COMPANY SECRETARY CHANGE
Lloyds Banking Group (Lloyds) announces that Kate Cheetham will be appointed as Group Company Secretary next year, in addition to her role as Group General Counsel.
Kate will take up her additional role in 2019. She succeeds Malcolm Wood who joined Lloyds as Group Company Secretary in November 2014 and has announced his intention to retire following the Group's Annual General Meeting, in June 2019.
Kate joined Lloyds in 2005 from Linklaters and was appointed Group General Counsel in May 2015.
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