TP ICAP plc, an interdealer broker, announced this Friday that it has appointed a new Non-executive Director, with Tracy Clarke, set to take on the new role at the beginning of next year. She will also become a member of the firm’s Remuneration and Nominations & Governance Committees.
Clarke will officially become a director of TP ICAP on the 1st of January 2021. Following the company’s annual general meeting in May of next year, she will also assume the role of Chair of the Remuneration Committee, taking over from Angela Knight, who will be stepping down from the Board.
Tracy Clarke spent more than 30 years at Standard Chartered
Currently, Clarke is a director of Standard Chartered Bank UK, having spent 35 years with the company. Across this time she held a number of roles spanning across Retail, Commercial and Corporate Banking and was based in both the United Kingdom and Hong Kong.
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Clarke has been a director of Standard Chartered Bank UK ever since January of 2013. Two years later, in October of 2015, she became the Regional Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Europe & Americas.
In addition to being a director at Standard Chartered, Clarke is also currently a Non-executive Director of Zodia Holdings, Standard Chartered AG Germany, and Standard Chartered Yaturun Bankasi Turk AS. She is also a non-executive member of the board of the TheCityUK.
Commenting on the appointment, Richard Berliand, Chairman of TP ICAP plc, said in the statement: “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.”
Across her career, Clarke has served in Non-executive Director roles at Standard Chartered First Bank in Korea, China Britain Business Council, and Eaga plc. In this capacity, she chaired the remuneration committee and was a member of the audit and risk committees.