Gatehouse Bank has appointed Amy Lloyd (pictured above) as its new HR business partner.
Amy — who joins from Barclays, where she was a senior HR business partner — will help develop the specialist bank’s people proposition as well as its policies and also advise staff and senior executives on HR activities.
Prior to her time at Barclays, she held roles at accountancy firm KPMG and Santander.
Amy — who will be based at the bank’s Milton Keynes office — has wide experience advising on employment law, managing employee relations and running recruitment campaigns and will report to Sharron Harvey, head of HR.
“Gatehouse is going through a period of rapid expansion and Amy will play a key role in ensuring consistent policies are delivered seamlessly throughout the business,” said Sharron.
Amy added: “The Gatehouse team is growing rapidly to deliver on some very big ambitions so there’s no better time to be joining.
“We’re going to be turning the bank into a magnet for the best talent and Gatehouse is already attracting plenty of candidates who are keen to expand their horizons.”
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