Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards questions Ana Botín, Douglas Flint and Antony Jenkins

05 November 2012

The Parliamentary Commission on Banking Standards holds its eighth public session on Monday 5 November with Ana Botín, Douglas Flint and Antony Jenkins giving evidence.


4pm in the Grimond Room, Portcullis House

  • Ana Botín has since December been CEO of Santander UK, the British banking subsidiary of the Santander Group. She was previously executive chairman of the Spanish bank, Banco Español de Crédito, having also worked for seven years at JP Morgan in the United States. 
  • Douglas Flint is the Chairman of HSBC Group. He joined HSBC in 1995 and was formerly Group Finance Director and Chief Financial Officer. He has extensive governance experience gained through membership of the Boards of HSBC and BP plc.
  • Antony Jenkins is the Group Chief Executive of Barclays. Previously, he was Chief Executive of Barclays Retail and Business Banking business, a position he held from November 2009. Antony Jenkins started his career at Barclays in 1983 and has undertaken various roles in retail and corporate banking.

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