United Trust Bank (UTB) has appointed Sarah Laessig (pictured above) as a non-executive director to its board of directors.
Sarah previously spent 17 years at Citigroup, where she most recently served as managing director, industry head for the Europe, Middle East and Africa region for the public sector under its transaction services business.
Since then, she has served as a NED on the board of Local Pensions Partnership and Valoot Technologies.
Graham Davin, chief executive officer at United Trust Bank, said: “Sarah’s broad experience [of] working in influential roles in the private and public sectors brings additional knowledge and skills to the UTB board.
“As well as having a successful career in finance with a keen interest in fintech solutions, Sarah’s role as a commissioner sees her working with the highest levels of government and the civil service.
“As the bank continues to grow and our relationships increase and deepen, her experience in this environment and the extra experience she brings will be invaluable.”
Sarah added: “I’m delighted to be joining the board at UTB.
“I’ve been impressed by its talented team and I look forward to contributing my experience to the board as the business continues to build its customer-focused specialist finance business.”
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