LEEDS BUILDING SOCIETY has appointed a new finance director.
The company, the UK’s fifth largest building society with assets of £9.5bn, today announced that Robin Litten will take over from David Pickersgill, who retired in June this year.
Litten will join the building society in January. He is currently chief commercial officer for Skipton Building Society and he has previously been deputy finance director at Barclaycard, finance director at Barclays Private Banking, and held positions at Scarborough Building Society
“I am delighted to be joining Leeds Building Society as finance director,” Litten said. “Leeds Building Society is a successful, independent member owned business, with a strong well-capitalised balance sheet and excellent management team. I look forward to using my experience to add value to the members and staff of this long established and successful organisation.”
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