Breedon is the former Group Chief Executive of Legal & General Group plc, having stepped down from the board and as Group Chief Executive with effect from 30 June 2012. He remains an adviser to Legal & General, primarily with responsibilities in connection with Solvency II, until 31 December 2012. Breedon joined Legal & General in 1987, holding a number of roles before joining the board as Group Director (Investments) in January 2002, becoming Group Chief Executive in January 2006.
Breedon served as Chairman of the Association of British Insurers (ABI) between July 2010 and July 2012, having been a director since 2007. He was also chairman of the UK Government’s non-bank lending taskforce, an industry-led taskforce that looked at the structural and behavioural barriers to the development of alternative debt markets in the UK, reporting its conclusions and recommendations in March 2012. His former directorships include the Investment Management Association and the Financial Reporting Council.
Commenting, Sir David Walker, Barclays Chairman designate said, 'I am delighted that Barclays has secured the services of Tim Breedon as a non-executive Director. He brings extensive knowledge and experience of financial services, regulation and customer focus to the Barclays Boards'.
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Breedon was appointed to the Board of Legal & General in January 2002 as Group Director (Investments) and became Group Chief Executive in January 2006. In June 2012 he stepped down as Group Chief Executive. He joined Legal & General in 1987 and former roles include Managing Director (Index Funds) and Director (Index Funds). Breedon was a director of the Association of British Insurers and was Chairman between July 2010 and 2012. He has also been a director of the Investment Management Association and Financial Reporting Council.