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Together hires Co-operative financial director

Helga Wright

Together has hired Co-operative Bank financial director of retail, commercial and business banking businesses Helga Wright.

Wright will be commercial finance director at Together.

Wright says: “Together is experiencing exceptional growth and it’s an exciting time to join, given the boom in the alternative finance sector.”

Together group chairman Mike McTighe says: “Helga is a great asset to our commercial board and her credentials speak for themselves.

“Having worked with leading banks throughout her career, her commercial acumen and understanding of the industry will help us to expand in a soundly structured manner.”

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