Wesleyan Bank appoints new board member

Wesleyan Bank appoints new board member

Wesleyan Bank has announced the appointment of Bill Gray to its board of directors.

Bill joins after spending 25 years in senior roles at Lloyds Bank, Experian and Santander, while in recent years he has been engaged as a strategic consultant in developing a governance and execution proposition for a global consultancy firm as well as being part of a full review of UK bank’s SME and small corporate exposure.

“Bill joins us at an important time in the bank’s development,” stated Martin Bryant, Chairman of Wesleyan Bank. 

“We have ambitious plans to grow and become a different, alternative type of bank by providing specialist and bespoke products and services for our customer base of professionals and their specific financial requirements.”

Bill added that this was an exciting time to be joining the bank after its acquisition of Syscap last year.

“I’m looking forward to using my experience to play my part in helping it continue to grow, both in the personal and commercial banking sectors.”

Meanwhile, Steve Deutsch, Chief Executive of Wesleyan Bank, concluded: “Bill has huge experience across the banking and financial sector that will help us strengthen the Wesleyan Bank brand and help us fulfil our growth plans in the years ahead.”

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