TP ICAP appoints Tracy Clarke as Non-Exec Director

Maria Nikolova

Ms Clarke will assume the position with effect from January 1, 2021.

TP ICAP PLC (LON:TCAP) today announces that Tracy Clarke is to be appointed Non-executive Director of the company and will become a member of the Company’s Remuneration and Nominations & Governance Committees.

Ms Clarke will assume the positions with effect from January 1, 2021. Following the 2021 AGM in May next year, Ms Clarke will assume the role of Chair of the Remuneration Committee when Angela Knight steps down from the Board.

Ms Clarke is a director of Standard Chartered Bank UK, having joined the bank in 1985. During her career at Standard Chartered she has held a number of roles in Retail, Commercial and Corporate Banking, in addition to Group functions, both in the UK and in Hong Kong. From 2013 until 2015, Ms Clarke led a broad portfolio including Legal & Compliance, Human Resources, Corporate Affairs and Brand & Marketing.

Ms Clarke was appointed as a director of Standard Chartered Bank UK in January 2013 and became Regional CEO Europe & Americas in October 2015. In her role as CEO Europe & Americas she is responsible for the Corporate & Institutional Banking and Private & Retail Banking businesses in the US, Latin America, UK, Jersey, Germany, France, Nordic countries and Turkey. In March 2018 Ms Clarke also assumed the role of CEO, Private Banking.

Ms Clarke is currently a Non-executive Director of Zodia Holdings, Standard Chartered AG Germany and Standard Chartered Yaturun Bankasi Turk AS. Ms Clarke is also a non-executive member of the board of the TheCityUK, for which she is a member of the audit and risk committee, and the All England Netball Association, for which she is chair of its remuneration committee and member of its finance and audit committee.

She has also served in Non-executive Director roles at Standard Chartered First Bank in Korea, China Britain Business Council and Eaga plc, where she chaired the remuneration committee and was a member of the audit and risk committees. Ms Clarke has also served on the boards of Sky plc from 2012 to 2018, where she chaired the remuneration committee, and most recently was a Non-executive Director and member of the remuneration committee of Inmarsat plc during 2019.

Commenting on Ms Clarke’s appointment, Richard Berliand, Chairman of TP ICAP plc, said:

“We are very pleased to welcome Tracy to the Board of the Company. She brings broad based and substantial experience from a career spanning over 30 years at Standard Chartered Bank, combined with significant experience from her directorship roles. She will be a strong addition to our Board.”

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