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Cleft in one

12 April 2012 By Antony Currie

Both banks navigated the crisis well. But that doesn’t mean they don’t need separate chairmen and CEOs. The firms’ boards are stuffed with company honchos used to holding both titles. It may take shareholder votes to open their eyes to the clear merits of splitting the top jobs.

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