Trevor Barratt

Trevor SmallAppointed to the Board in July 2016, Trevor has more than 25 years’ experience as a senior executive in governance and risk management, with the majority of this time spent in mainstream retail and commercial banking.

With extensive experience across both small and large entities, Trevor is a specialist in risk, and his experience spans business risk, governance, and fighting financial crime.

An Associate of the Chartered Institute of Financial Services, he gained a Postgraduate Diploma before completing a Master of Business Administration from Sheffield Hallam University.  For several years he was the Head of Strategic Risk for Lloyds Bank, working within the Group Risk function, and subsequently he became the Chief Risk Officer of Charities Aid Foundation Bank, before moving to Duncan Lawrie Private Banking Group, prior to taking up his current role.  He is the Quality Director at Fairbanking Foundation.

He is a non-executive director of a private bank, with an international clientele. He is also a member of the International Compliance Association, and the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment. Trevor also holds the FT Advanced NED Diploma.

Outside of work, he has a keen interest in football and walking and supports a number of charity fundraising endeavours. He serves on the Risk and Nominations & Corporate Governance Committees.

 
 


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