NatWest Group Chief Executive, Alison Rose, has received a Damehood for services to Financial Services in His Majesty King Charles III’s New Year’s Honours List.

The official citation refers to Alison’s position as the first female CEO of a major UK bank and the author of the Review of Female Entrepreneurship, leading to the establishment of the Investing in Women Code.

It also highlights Alison’s work in championing the Dream Bigger programme, steering the bank’s response to the pandemic and cementing NatWest’s place at the forefront of tackling climate change.


NatWest Group Chief Executive, Alison Rose, said:

It is a tremendous privilege to receive a Damehood in His Majesty’s New Year’s Honours List and I am immensely proud to lead an organisation that plays such a positive role in the lives of people and families across the UK.

“This honour is a reflection of the fantastic work of all my colleagues at NatWest Group and the support we provide for the customers and communities we serve; promoting enterprise, building financial capability and channelling the power of finance to tackle climate change.” 

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