Ross Maxwell McEwan
(born July 1957) is a New Zealand banker, who has been the chief executive officer (CEO) of The Royal Bank of Scotland Group (RBS), a FTSE 100 company and once (albeit briefly) the world's largest bank, since 1 October 2013, succeeding Stephen Hester.
Early life and education
McEwan was educated at Hastings Boys' High School, Hastings, followed by Massey University, where he completed a degree in business studies and human resources, despite having failed an accountancy module twice.
He had been expected to become the next CEO of CBA, but was passed over for the post in 2011.
Prior to working in banking, McEwan had worked in life insurance, and had held a senior post at the New Zealand stockbrokers First NZ Capital Securities.
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McEwan and his wife Stephanie met through playing basketball, while they were both students at Massey University. She has a degree in food technology and they have two adult daughters. They own a farm in New Zealand.