TSB chief under pressure to quit after rebuke from MPs

Treasury select committee says Paul Pester had ‘not been straight’ about bank’s IT crisis

The TSB chief executive is under mounting pressure to quit after MPs said the bank’s board should give “serious consideration as to whether his position was sustainable”.

The Treasury select committee said Paul Pester had “not been straight with” MPs and customers about TSB’s recent IT meltdown, and that the bank’s public communications had often been “complacent and misleading”.

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