Tracey Graham to step down from Royal London Board

Published  21 March 2022
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Royal London today announces that Tracey Graham will step down from the Royal London Board on 22 March 2022.

Tracey was first appointed in March 2013 and has served for nine years, the maximum tenure for an independent non-executive director.

Commenting on Tracey’s departure, Kevin Parry OBE, Chairman of Royal London said:

“During her time with Royal London, Tracey has made a significant contribution to the ongoing success of the business, including serving as Chair of the Remuneration Committee and as a member of the Investment Committee, Nominations and Governance Committee and Risk and Capital Committee. On behalf of the Board I would like to thank her for her service and dedication to the company and wish her well for the future.”

Tracey Graham commented:

“As a modern mutual, Royal London is customer-owned and committed to promoting long term sustainable outcomes on their behalf. It has been a pleasure serving on the board over these last nine years always putting the interests of customers first, helping build financial resilience and importantly, driving positive, wider social change.”

Jane Guyett CBE will replace Tracey as Chair of the Royal London Remuneration Committee, subject to regulatory approval. Jane was appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director in August 2021.


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Royal London is the largest mutual life, pensions and investment company in the UK, with assets under management of £147 billion, 8.7 million policies in force and 4,232 employees. Figures quoted are as at 31 December 2022. 

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