Aldermore Group PLC has appointed chief risk officer Christine Palmer as an executive director.
The appointment came into effect at the close of the company’s annual general meeting on 16th May 2017 when Christine was also made executive director of the specialist banking arm Aldermore Bank PLC.
Danuta Gray, interim chairman of Aldermore Group, said: “Christine joined Aldermore as chief risk officer in April 2016, bringing with her a wealth of financial services and risk management experience.
“I am delighted to welcome her to the board.”
Christine has over 28 years of experience in risk management as well as in corporate and commercial banking.
She has previously held roles at ING Bank NV – where she spent eight years across London and Amsterdam – Ernst & Young LLP and RBS.
During her 14 years at RBS, she held a number of senior positions in the risk function, including divisional chief risk officer and senior credit risk roles.
Before joining Aldermore, she was most recently the global head of operational risk and director of risk, services at RBS.
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