22 Nov Expansion of financial services advisory board
Financial Services Advisory Board (FiSAB) was recently added with several new members.
Philip Grant, from Lloyds Banking Group, JP Morgan's Ian Macmillan, Mark Little at Barclays Wealth, Espirito Santo investment banker Angus Macpherson, Barry Muir from State Street, Standard Life's David Nish, David Fleming from the Unite Union and Professor Seamus McDaid, convener of Universities Scotland are the new members added to the board.
Benny Higgins from Tesco Bank, HSBC's John Rendall and Aberdeen Asset Management chief executive Mart in Gilbert
in the organization will get the company with this addition.
"FiSAB is the focal point for Scottish Government Ministers and senior members of the financial services industry in Scotland to discuss and influence the issues impacting on the industry,” said Mark Tennant, chairman of Scottish Financial Enterprise.
"The expertise around the table has much to contribute in terms of knowledge of the on-going challenges faced by the industry throughout the world and what that means to companies operating in Scotland.The new members joining us today reflect the rich diversity of our industry in Scotland and their fresh thinking will bring new vigour and experience to our discussions," he added.