Metro Bank has announced the appointment of Roger Fenwick (pictured above) as director of specialist sectors for its commercial business.
Roger will be responsible for the expansion and development of the bank’s dedicated sector teams and report directly to Mark Stokes, managing director of commercial banking at Metro Bank.
In addition, Roger will oversee the bank’s healthcare, hospitality and leisure, insurance and financial services, and property teams.
He has over 25 years of experience across financial services, with his most recent role being regional managing director of specialist sectors for London and the South East at RBS Group.
Roger will also be accountable for ensuring customers receive the highest levels of service, convenience and professionalism.
“Our sector specialist teams have proved that taking a case-by-case approach to customers and their businesses – alongside offering the very best in service across every channel – is a winning combination,” said Mark.
“Given Roger’s first-class experience and his emphasis on providing unparalleled levels of customer care, I know Roger will excel in enhancing the Metro Bank experience yet further for our customers.”
Roger added: “I’m thrilled to be joining the Metro Bank revolution at such an exciting time in the organisation’s story and look forward to providing businesses with the highest levels of support, expertise and service that they deserve.”
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