Royal Bank of Scotland general counsel Collins resigns to join Santander

John Collins resigns after 11 months as GC at RBS to join banking rival Santander UK

Royal Bank of Scotland’s (RBS) general counsel has resigned to join rival bank Santander UK as director of legal, compliance, regulatory affairs and anti-money laundering.

John Collins’ resignation comes after he was appointed as RBS general counsel just 11 months ago, when he replaced Chris Campbell on his retirement.

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