McEwan


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McEwan

Ian (Russell). born 1948, British novelist and short-story writer. His books include First Love, Last Rites (1975), The Child in Time (1987), The Innocent (1990), Amsterdam (1998), and Atonement (2001)
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Mr McEwan said: "Today this bank is simpler and safer, with colleagues fully focused on customers.
Fiscal depute Paul Reynolds told Stirling Sheriff Court last week Ms McEwan had let the accused live at her Falconer Crescent home in the months before the attack.
Ms McEwan had let her brother stay at her Stirling home in the months before the attack because there were too many 'temptations' in Paisley for him.
Reportedly, McEwan had joined Veloxis as COO in February 2016, primarily to support the company's restructuring and transition of commercial activities to the US.
McEwan is said to be a potential candidate to become CEO of Commonwealth Bank of Australia (CBA: ASX), replacing Ian Narev in the position.
McEwan has been hired by Hunter Laing & Co, the familyrun Glasgow whisky company that last year got the go-ahead to build Ardnahoe.
The rape took place at another school outside London, where Scottish-born McEwan went to work after leaving Taff Vale.
His victim, who went to police last year, told a jury how McEwan kept in touch with him after he moved away, before coming back at half term to take him "on holiday".
Her son Greg and daughter Claudia said in a statement: "Following a stroke at the end of October and a period in hospital, Geraldine McEwan passed away peacefully on January 30.
As McEwan marked a year as CEO of RBS he signalled that a vital part of re-earning the trust of customers will be the way forward for how the banking sector handles future rate increase for homeowners, businesses and savers.
NEW Royal Bank of Scotland boss Ross McEwan pledged to repay the taxpayer's support by doing "everything possible" to help the UK economy recover, as he began his first day in charge of the state-backed lender.