Dudley Building Society has appointed Tariq Khatri (pictured above) as a non-executive director.
Tariq is currently the managing director at consultancy machinable.
Prior to that, he served as a partner at Ernst & Young and Diamond Consultants.
His management consulting career has been spent leading strategy and performance improvement engagements in areas including mobile telecoms, payments and digital advisory functions.
Tariq also has experience in quantitative risk management in banking.
David Milner, chairman at Dudley Building Society, said: “We are very focused on the society’s continued evolution and we have worked exceptionally hard in recent years in modernising all areas of the business with a very keen eye on what the future holds.
“We take pride that our board diversity brings together experts from several areas to ensure effective governance.
“I am a big believer that our sector needs to embrace advances in technology to provide enhanced customer experiences, which is something that requires a depth of understanding at all levels of the organisation.”
Tariq added: “It is clear that [Dudley is] embarking on an exciting journey that I’m looking forward to being part of.
“I am hoping [that] my broad experience in the financial services sector, along with my more recent focus on machine learning and analytics, will be of real benefit to the society.”
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