Aldermore hires James Mack as Chief Financial Officer

POSTED: 27th February 2013
IN: Newsroom

Aldermore today announces that James Mack will be joining the Bank as Chief Financial Officer. James joins Aldermore from the Co-operative Bank and he will be replacing John Baines, Aldermore's CFO since 2010, who is stepping down.

James was most recently CFO of the Co-operative Bank, where he played a key role in developing and delivering the corporate strategy and growth plans through a period of significant business and market change. Prior to the Co-operative he held senior roles at Skipton Building Society in capital markets, finance and audit and spent eleven years in KPMG's financial services practice.

Phillip Monks, CEO of Aldermore said: "I would like to thank John for all he has done for Aldermore, both in terms of running our finance and treasury team and also as our CFO. His commitment and dedication to the success of Aldermore has been clear throughout his time here and he has played an invaluable role in growing the Bank to where we are today.

I'm delighted that James is joining us - he brings with him a wealth of financial services experience and knowledge of the changing regulatory environment, coupled with a clear track record of delivery as a CFO. I look forward to working with him to continue growing Aldermore and delivering for our customers."

James Mack said:"Aldermore is clearly taking an innovative and prudent approach to banking that puts customers at the heart of its business. I am thrilled to be joining the Bank at such an exciting time and I look forward to working with all my new colleagues and Aldermore's customers to grow the Bank further."





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