Back to Metro Bank, which announced earlier it had raised £375m from investors.
Legal & General Investment Management is to vote against Vernon Hill, the chairman of Metro Bank, at next week's annual general meeting.
Last year LGIM voted against Mr Hill and the remuneration report. It says it is taking the "rare step" of announcing how it intends to vote ahead of the AGM on 21 May.
It said it will vote not just against Mr Hill but also members of the audit committee and other directors.
"This announcement is being made to highlight and share these issues with other investors. Furthermore, there are continuing concerns following the recent announcements on accounting errors and the significant share price underperformance," LGIM said.
Sacha Sadan, director of corporate governance at LGIM, said: “As a long term investor of our clients’ assets, we hope that in sharing our voting intentions early, and that following the results of the AGM, this will help encourage Metro Bank to strengthen their governance structures.”