Mar 31, 2022
The Stafford Railway Building Society appoints two new Non-Executive Directors.
The Stafford Railway Building Society has welcomed Alison Tattersall and Ian Craig as Non-Executive Directors.
Alison joins the Board adding additional financial services experience having recently led commercial marketing teams across the Barclays Group. Areas of experience include Retail, Barclaycard Payments, Corporate Banking and Marketing & Digital Transformation. In addition Alison is a Trustee of The People’s Dispensary for Sick Animals (PDSA), a charity operating across the UK providing care for sick and injured pets.
Alison Tattersall commented;
“I’m delighted to be joining the Board of The Stafford Railway Building Society as a Non-Executive Director. I’m looking forward to delivering for all our Members, building long term value and benefit for the communities we serve.”
Ian enhances the Board’s IT, Digital and Technology experience following his recent retirement from full time work. Having operated as an executive in Financial Services for over 20 years, Ian was most recently with Nationwide Building Society where he served as Divisional Director. He has also held executive roles at both Barclays and Bank of America leading large operational and technology functions both nationally and internationally. In addition, Ian is a Non-Executive Director with Southport & Ormskirk NHS Hospital Trust and a Trustee of 2 North West based charities, Willowbrook Hospice and The Brain Charity, where he chairs their Digital & Technology Committees.
Ian Craig commented;
“As a passionate supporter of mutuality, I’m absolutely delighted to be joining the SRBS Board as a Non-Executive Director. This is an exciting time for the Society and I look forward to helping the team continue to grow the business and develop the products and services we offer to our members.”
Joanne Hindle, Chair of Stafford Railway Building Society commented;
“I am delighted to welcome Alison and Ian to our Board, their strong financial services backgrounds and expertise will be of vital importance and further benefits the Society in its strategic direction and priorities.”