Former Lloyds Bank boss Antonio Horta-Osario has returned to Mediobanca, months after leaving Credit Suisse
- Next month, the businessman will join the Italian bank as a senior advisor
- He will join colleagues who are looking to expand the group’s European business
Former Lloyds Bank chief Antonio Horta-Osario has returned to Mediobanca.
The Portuguese businessman, ousted as chairman of Credit Suisse this year after breaching Covid isolation rules to attend Wimbledon in 2021, will join the Italian bank as a senior adviser next month.
He will team up with colleagues who want to expand their European business. It is believed that it can help win deals and acquire competitors.
It’s good to be back: ex-Lloyds Bank boss Antonio Horta-Osario joins Mediobanca
Horta-Osario, who is credited with turning Lloyds around during his decade there, is said to have been offered several other positions at companies that have yet to be announced.
He was criticized for Lloyds’ failed scheme to compensate victims of the HBOS Reading fraud.
Former Lloyds Bank boss Antonio Horta-Osario is back – at Mediobanca
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