Society Appoints New Vice Chairman, Debra Lewis

28 September 2015

Vice Chair

The Society has strengthened its Board with the appointment of a new Vice Chairman.

Debra Lewis, who joined the Society as a Non-Executive Director in September 2014, is an independent member of several credit and investment committees for Rothschild.

Debra, who grew up in South Wales, is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, and holds an LLB law degree from University College Cardiff.

Debra qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young and worked with them in both London and Sydney. She then spent over 18 years in the City with Rothschild, gaining a variety of roles in audit, banking, lending money, recovery and advising clients on debt restructuring and debt raising. She spent 7 years as Managing Director, Head of Credit, overseeing lending activities, before assuming her current role as a Consultant.

Monmouthshire Building Society Chief Executive, Andrew Lewis, welcomed the new appointment, commenting: “We are delighted to appoint Debra to the position of Vice Chairman, following Paul Sheppard’s retirement from the role in August. Debra’s extensive strategic experience at Rothschild has already brought about a fresh and innovative perspective to the affairs of the Society, and this new appointment will greatly contribute towards strengthening the Society’s strategic position as it continues to grow and flourish.”

Commenting on her appointment, Debra said: “I am delighted to take on this new challenge with Monmouthshire Building Society, following the recent announcement of yet another strong set of annual results. As Vice Chairman, I intend to continue to put the interests of our members at the forefront of all our business activity.”

She continued: “As a mutual organisation, it is vital we continue to deliver both competitive products and a first rate service to our customers, whilst maintaining prudent management to allow the Society to continue to flourish.”

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