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The Nottingham appoints executive director

Nottingham Building Society has announced the promotion of Charles Roe (pictured) as its new executive director.

Roe joined the building society last year as its chief risk officer.

The responsibilities for his new role include accountability for the design of the society’s risk monitoring plans and assessing the effectiveness of The Nottingham’s risk management framework.

Roe previously worked at Grant Thornton LLP and the FCA/ FSA for 11 years, where he had roles working as the head of department for the insurance broking, international banking, mortgage and building society sectors.

The Nottingham chief executive David Marlow says: “[Charles’s] wealth of experience is a huge asset to the board and with his support and knowledge, we position ourselves well for continued growth in a sustainable and compliant way.

Roe adds: “My focus remains on working with teams to find solutions and make improvements that will benefit our members, colleagues and the society as a whole to deliver our strategy.”



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