CYBG has appointed three new members to its senior leadership team.
Lucy Dimes (pictured above) will join the bank in July as its group business transformation officer.
She previously worked at UBM and will lead on improving efficiency at the bank and deliver its investment and transformation plan.
Fraser Ingram has been named as the group chief operating officer at the bank.
He had previously been the bank’s chief information officer, and over the past six months had served as interim chief operating officer.
In addition, Emma Tottenham has joined the senior leadership team as group corporate communications and sustainability director.
She had previously served as chief of staff at CYBG and will be responsible for internal and external communications and the bank’s sustainability agenda.
David Duffy, CEO at CYBG, said: “Following the success of last week’s capital markets day, where we presented our refreshed medium-term strategy for the combined group, I am delighted to confirm three new senior appointments to our leadership team.
“Lucy, Fraser and Emma are outstanding talents with proven track records.
“Their broad experience and knowledge within the technology and financial services sectors will be invaluable as we combine CYBG and Virgin Money and become a major disruptor in UK banking.
“We are being ambitious, but I am confident we have the right team in place to deliver on our financial targets and grow our business throughout the UK.”
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