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Lloyds bank deputy quits in move to building society

LLOYDS Banking Group deputy chairman David Roberts is stepping down to move to Nationwide Building Society.

Mr Roberts plans to leave the bank on May 14 and join Nationwide as a non-executive director and its chairman elect from the start of September.

As a result of that move Lloyds said it was appointing Scottish born Anita Frew as its new deputy chairman.

Ms Frew has been a non-executive director at the bank since December 2010 and has other non-executive posts including at Aberdeen Asset Management and engineering group IMI.

She will also join the remuneration committee and chair the risk committee at Lloyds.

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