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NatWest Names Scott Marcar as Group Chief Information Officer

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NatWest Group has announced that Scott Marcar will join its executive committee as group chief information officer from 5 September 2022, subject to regulatory approval, and reporting directly to CEO Alison Rose. Marcar joins from Deutsche Bank, where he was chief information officer for the investment bank.

Marcar has over 25 years of technology experience having led teams across functions including corporate and investment banking, risk, finance, financial crime, infrastructure, data, and architecture. He also held a number of senior roles in technology at NatWest between 2007 and 2014.

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