By Daniel Lanyon on 15th August 2018
Boothroyd was previously National Head of Corporate Banking for HSBC Bank Canada, and Head of Corporate Banking, Home and Eastern Counties.
Nigel Boothroyd, a former HSBC Corporate Banking head, has joined peer-to-peer platform Lendy as a new non-executive director.
Boothroyd, who will chair Lendy’s risk committee, spent a total 38 years at the HSBC Group, with his last position as Regional Head of Lending & Transaction Management, Europe.
He was previously National Head of Corporate Banking for HSBC Bank Canada, and Head of Corporate Banking, Home and Eastern Counties.
Liam Brooke, CEO of Lendy, said: “Lendy is delighted to announce the appointment of Nigel Boothroyd as a Non-Executive Director. Nigel brings with him an outstanding level of experience in financial services having spent nearly 40 years at HSBC Group."
Lendy also appointed Kieran O’Connor as Chief Financial Officer from Cortin Capital Partners last month.
Boothroyd also currently holds a a non-executive role at challenger bank Redwood Bank where he is also chair of its risk committee as well as being a non-executive director at Reliance Bank where he is chair of its credit committee, and is a Trustee Director at the Community Savings Bank Association (CSBA).
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