Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets has appointed Kevin Stockbridge as director of global payments and cash management sales for financial institutions (FIs) and Katherine Moore as associate director reporting to Stockbridge in the same team, as the bank expands its solutions to its clients in the FI market.
In his new role, Stockbridge will be responsible for driving sales globally and will report to Sumit Jamuar, managing director and global head of sales and global clients for FIs and member of the FIs group executive committee. He brings over 30 years experience in financial institutions and cash management derived from a variety of roles, most recently at Lloyds Banking Group as FIs product manager and also as head of network management.
Moore will be responsible for driving payments and cash management sales across northern Europe, the UK and North America for the global FIs business. She has a wealth of experience across various international markets from a number of client-facing roles. Moore was responsible for the Nordic and Baltic regions in her previous role of five years at Bank of Montreal, and has experience with Germanic banks accrued during her tenure with the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS).
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