Shawbrook, the specialist UK savings and lending bank, has appointed Dylan Minto as CFO, with effect from 6 February.
Minto has been interim CFO following the departure of Tom Wood in June 2016. He joined Shawbrook in 2013 and has been a key player in developing the company’s 2020 strategy evolution.
Prior to joining Shawbrook, Minto spent 11 years at KPMG in an M&A client facing role, working on UK and European bank resolution projects.
Steve Pateman, CEO of Shawbrook said: “I am delighted to confirm Dylan as Shawbrook’s CFO. Dylan has been instrumental in the success and achievements of Shawbrook since joining in 2013.
“Dylan’s experience within the Group, the relationship he holds with investors and analysts, and his wider involvement in the sector prepare him well for the CFO role. In addition, Dylan’s exceptional standards and values mean he will be an increasingly important leader at Shawbrook and one I look forward to continuing to work with”.
Minto said: “I am delighted to be taking on this role at such an exciting time in Shawbrook’s evolution. The Group has a clear vision through to 2020, which is firmly understood by its people and delivered through its approach to the poorly served markets it operates in. I look forward to working with Steve and the team through the next phase of the Group’s journey to ensure we deliver on its significant potential.”
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