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New chief executive for RREV

Timothy Sawyer has been app-ointed chief executive of Res-earch, Recommendations and Electronic Voting, the corporate governance, research and voting service set up by the NAPF and Institutional Shareholders Services.

Sawyer was managing dir-ector of Cahoot and spent eight years at Abbey National and seven years at Lloyds Bank.

NAPF chief executive Christine Farnish says: “We are delighted to have someone of Tim’s calibre coming in to build on the excellent work already done at RREV. The company has established itself as a lea-der on corporate governance issues and has played a central role in building relations between institutional investors and the corporate sector.”

Sawyer says: “I look for-ward to working with the RREV team on further strengthening the links between institutional investors and the corporate sector.”

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