Former Linklaters managing partner Davies leaves Lloyds amid management shuffle

Lloyds chief people legal and strategy officer and former Linklaters managing partner is set to leave his role

Former Linklaters managing partner Simon Davies is leaving Lloyds Banking Group, with his departure confirmed as part of a wider restructuring of the bank’s management team.

Davies joined the bank in 2015, stepping down from his role at Linklaters a year early to become chief people, legal and strategy officer at Lloyds.

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