Tipton and Coseley Building Society has announced the appointment of Andy Lumby (pictured above) as its new finance director.
Andy will be responsible for the company’s finance department, treasury matters, budgetary control and financial forecasting.
He will also serve as a member of the board and a member of the assets and liabilities committee at the society.
Andy has 14 years of experience at a large regional building society, most recently serving as a member of the senior leadership team, where he was responsible for the finance, treasury risk and credit risk teams.
He is a qualified chartered account, which he secured in 2002 while working at PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC).
Andy said: “I was attracted by the society’s focus on delivering personal service to members as well as its future strategic plans.
“There is a great deal to achieve in the years ahead and I look forward to using my past experience to help make a positive contribution to the society’s future success.”
Richard Newton, chief executive at Tipton and Coseley Building Society, added: “Andy’s industry knowledge, understanding of the workings of a large regional building society and proven track record will be a significant asset to the Tipton and we’re delighted to have him on board.”
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