FTSE 350 Review 2020 

FTSE 350: Banks still squeezed

FTSE 350: Banks still squeezed

Last year saw the highest rate of chief executive departures among global corporates in more than a decade. The upper echelons of UK banking proved no exception. Shortly after HSBC (HSBA) ousted John Flint, Ross McEwan left the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) on his own terms. While their successors Noel Quinn and Alison Rose bid to win over floating voters, Lloyds Banking (LLOY) boss António Horta-Osório is reportedly readying his resignation.

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