Unity Trust Bank appoints new Chief Operating OfficerPress Releases Published: April 21, 2017 2:03 pm
Unity Trust Bank, a Birmingham based commercial bank with a social conscience, is delighted to announce the appointment of Lindsey Podolanski as its new Chief Operating Officer.
Lindsey brings with her a wealth of knowledge, with over 35 years working within the banking industry, most recently with M&S Bank as head of business performance. She will focus on further improving operational excellence throughout the Bank, as well as training and development of the customer services team through the “Unity Way” programme, a role-based competency framework that enables staff to charter their own personal learning and development journeys.
“I am excited by this new challenge and committed to supporting the Bank achieve its growth ambitions” said Lindsey. “I’m also delighted to have the opportunity to fully embed the Unity Way programme, which will play a major part in ensuring all staff have the knowledge and tools they need to continue to deliver high standards of customer service.”
Commenting on the appointment, Margaret Willis, CEO of Unity Trust Bank, said: “I’m delighted to welcome Lindsey to the Executive Team. I’m confident that our investment in people and technology will ensure we are well placed to deliver the high standards of service that our customers expect.”
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About Unity Trust Bank
Established in 1984, Unity Trust Bank is a commercial bank with a social conscience, working with organisations that aim to have a positive social impact through community, economic or environmental change.
Independent since December 2015, the Bank’s purpose is clear: to help create a better society, by working with organisations that share our values and philosophy and believe in supporting the common good, not just maximising profit. This is all part of the Bank’s “double bottom line” philosophy. The Bank’s commitment to delivering a positive social impact can be seen through its investment in customers, communities and staff.
Unity Trust Bank was one of the first Living Wage employers, is a Fair Tax Mark business and currently holds the Investors in People Gold standard. We support charities and communities through volunteering, education and fundraising.
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