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  • 07/11/2018
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M&S Bank chief leaves role
Marks and Spencer Bank chief executive Sue Fox has moved within the group to CEO of HSBC in the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man, the lender confirmed.

 

Fox will be starting her new role from February 2019, remaining in the role as CEO of Mark and Spencer Bank until the end of January 2019.

A spokesperson from Marks and Spencer told Mortgage Solutions that it will provide a further update on the new appointment in due course, whilst she will support with recruitment of her successor.

Fox has been CEO of M&S Bank, part of the HSBC Group, since 2014 and has led the business through the launch of its first mortgage range.

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