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Former Scottish Enterprise boss Lena Wilson joins RBS board

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The former chief executive of Scottish Enterprise has been appointed to the board of Royal Bank of Scotland.

Lena Wilson left the government agency in October, after nearly eight years in the top post.

While in that role, she was criticised at Holyrood for taking on a paid, non-executive directorship with testing and certification firm Intertek.

Ms Wilson will take up her role as a non-executive director of RBS on 1 January.

In a statement, RBS also announced that Sir Sandy Crombie would be standing down from the board.

He was chief executive of Standard Life before joining the bank board as a non-executive director.

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