David Anderson to step down from John Lewis board
The John Lewis Partnership has confirmed that David Anderson is to step down from its board and as chair of the Audit and Risk Committee for health reasons.
Anderson, who is the former head of The Co-operative Group's financial services division, joined the John Lewis board in February 2011 and became chair of its Audit and Risk Committee in August 2012. John Lewis said Baroness Hogg will replace Anderson as chair of the Audit and Risk Committee until September 2014 when she is due to retire from the board.
Commenting on the news, John Lewis Partnership chairman Sir Charlie Mayfield said: “I am very sad that it has become necessary for David to step down in these circumstances and would like to thank him for his contribution and leadership of the Audit and Risk Committee during his time on the board.”
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