New President and 3 new Trustees for the Chartered Banker Institute

  • 29 June 2021
  • Press release | News | Professionalism and Ethics

Following the 146th Annual General Meeting of the Chartered Banker Institute, we are delighted to announce the election of Steve Pateman as our new President and Chair, and the appointment of three new Board Trustees:

President and Chair of the Board of Trustees 2021-2023

Steve Pateman FCBI

Vice-President and Vice-Chair for 2021-2023

David May FCBI

Board of Trustees (alphabetically)

Anders Bouvin (Independent Member: 2020-23)

Paul Denton FCBI (2021-2024) *

Katherine Graham (Independent Member 2021-2024) *

Sheila Gunn (Independent Member: 2021-2022)

Ian Hardcastle FCBI (2021-2023)

Ian Henderson (2020-2023)

Billy MacLeod (2020-2023)

Peter McCormack FCBI (2019-2022)

Elisa Moscolin (Independent Member 2021 -2024) *

Stephen Pearson (2019-2022)

Sue Primmer (Independent Member 2020-2023)

*Denotes new Trustee.

Commenting on his election, Steve Pateman said:

“I’m deeply honoured to be appointed as the President of the Institute. There are many areas where our voice should be heard - we live in a global community and it is right that we look outwards and face into the challenges that arise from Covid-19, as well as climate change.

To that end, the key strategic areas I would like my term to focus on are how we can help the banking sector play its part in supporting the economic and social recovery and changes that will flow from Covid-19, and how we can help the banking sector achieve the global commitments on reducing the adverse impact of climate change.

I would also like to pay tribute on behalf of all Fellows and Members of the Institute, to my immediate predecessor Bill McCall.  We should be very proud that the Institute has managed to successfully transition itself towards a digital Institute throughout this global pandemic. This will be a legacy of Bill's Presidency.” 

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For further information contact:

Matthew Ball, Head of Public Affairs, Chartered Banker Institute
Tel: +44 (0) 7720 684226 E-mail: [email protected]

Notes to Editors:

About the Chartered Banker Institute

The Chartered Banker Institute (“the Institute”) is the oldest professional banking institute in the world. The Institute was founded in 1875, operates in all UK nations, and has a significant and growing international presence. The Institute has driven an agenda of ethical professionalism throughout its existence; promoting professional standards for bankers, providing professional qualifications for retail, commercial and private bankers in the UK and overseas, and offering professional membership to qualified individuals. The Institute currently has over 31,000 members in over 100 different countries and nearly 1,000 financial institutions worldwide. For more information please visit www.charteredbanker.com

Steve Pateman Biography

Steve has worked in banking for over 40 years and is currently a Non-Executive Director at Bank of Ireland where he chairs the Remuneration Committee.

He sits on the Advisory Board of The Arora Group and Kingsley Healthcare and was previously on the Financial Capability Board of the Money Advice Service.

During Steve’s banking career he was CEO of Hodge Bank and life assurance businesses and Shawbrook Bank.

Prior to joining Shawbrook in 2008, he led the UK banking businesses of Santander UK sitting on the UK Board of the Holding company and various UK subsidiaries. He also represented Santander on the Board of its US businesses.

Prior to joining Santander in 2008, Steve spent eight years at RBS, where he was CEO of Business Banking, Retail Markets and Managing Director of Commercial Banking and Corporate Banking, Corporate Markets.

Steve was presented with an Honorary Degree of Doctor of the University of Kent in 2016 for his contribution to Banking and the University. He has a young family and in his “spare time” likes to follow Everton football club and Sussex County cricket team.

Matthew Ball

Matthew Ball

Head of Public Affairs, Policy & Communications

 

Matthew is responsible for leading the implementation of the Institute’s strategic and operational plans for public affairs, communications and thought-leadership.

Matthew has over 20 years’ experience working as a senior Parliamentary/Political Affairs Professional with a wealth of skills across all areas of public affairs, joining the Institute in 2015 to help raise its profile with key stakeholders. Matthew has worked for MPs, co-founded a public affairs agency and run think-tanks providing him with considerable knowledge of the operations of regulators and government. He is also an expert in the UK Parliamentary Process.

Matthew was Administrative Secretary to the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Building Societies and Financial Mutuals between 2003 and 2013 and immediately prior to working for the Institute, was Chief Executive of the financial services think-tank, New City Agenda.

Contact details
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