Liverpool Victoria chief joins Royal Bank board
The Royal Bank of Scotland Group has appointed Mike Rogers, chief executive of Liverpool Victoria Group, as a non-executive director with effect from 26 January.
Howard Davies, chairman of RBS, said:”I am pleased that Mike has agreed to join us. His extensive experience of retail banking and financial services will strengthen the Board. My colleagues and I look forward to working with him.
Mr Rogers, 51, graduated from Cambridge University in 1986. He then joined Barclays Bank where he undertook a variety of roles in the UK and overseas, across business banking, wealth management and retail banking. Among various senior appointments at Barclays, he was Managing Director of Small Business, Premier Banking and UK Retail Banking.
In May 2006 he joined LV= as Group Chief Executive transforming the business into the UK’s largest friendly society and a leading mutual financial services provider. Today LV= has 6,000 employees and offers insurance, investments and retirement solution products to around five & half million customers.
Mr Rogers is also on the Association of British Insurers Board.
He has a post-graduate Diploma in Leadership from Exeter University. He is married with three children and lives in Blandford, Dorset.