Lloyds Banking Group has appointed Gunnar Collin as global head for trade within its group operations, global payments team in order to better support UK companies’ growth through trade and export activities.
Collin has experience in trade and operations positions. He joins from SEB where he spent over 20 years working across trade finance, structured credits, leasing, factoring and payment operations, and where he was most recently responsible for strategic vendor management. He will report to Russell Saunders, global payments director.
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