Joliffe leaves RBS, top post-merger jobs announced
Rob Joliffe, head of debt capital markets at Royal Bank of Scotland, is leaving the bank for personal reasons. It is understood that while he has made himself available to his former boss and head of debt markets Symon Drake-Brockman to help with the integration with ABN Amro, he intends to take a break from banking. His contract expires at the end of March 2008, but he has already stepped down to part time working.
Joliffes departure understood to be his decision comes as RBS is beginning to unveil its new senior management set-up after the ABN acquisition.
What the bank is calling level one appointments the senior executive team were announced internally last Friday (December 7), and include Drake-Brockman
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