Aldermore gives significant importance to diversity and inclusion and we are again sharing the progress we’ve made against our HM Treasury Women in Finance Charter targets.
Phillip Monks, CEO of Aldermore said of the report: “We continue to have greater ambitions for women in senior leadership roles as well as to increase diversity at leadership levels. Most recently, we were delighted to announce Claire Cordell’s (Director of Finance) appointment as our next Group Chief Financial Officer (subject to regulatory approval). Claire's appointment to the Board as well takes female membership of our Executive Committee to 3 out of 7 people and our Board to 40%. Becky Pinkard also joined this year as our Chief Information Security Officer.”
Christine Palmer, Chief Risk Officer – Aldermore added: “We know, first hand, greater diversity contributes to a positive culture and the benefits can be seen every day in how we interact with each other, as well as how we engage customers. That’s why we work extremely hard to ensure success in delivering, not just the Charter’s targets, but also the spirit of it.”
To find out more about our progress, our report can be viewed here
For further information, journalists can contact:
Mike Harrison, Aldermore Bank
Tel: +44 (0)7795 291930
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