ONESAVINGS BANK has begun the search for a new chief financial officer after Bob Scruton announced he is standing down as from 30 June.
Scruton leaves the position after seven years and chairman Malcolm McCaig said: “He has played a pivotal role in the creation of OneSavings Bank, a bank run on mutual principles and jointly owned by Kent Reliance Provident Society in partnership with funds advised by JC Flowers & Co, and we would like to thank him for his dedication and hard work.”
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