Former NatWest exec joins Bibby as non-executive director

Ex-NatWest director of payments Marion King is to join Bibby Financial Services (BFS) as non-executive director.

King has over 25 years’ experience across the financial services sector, having held senior executive roles at NatWest Group, Mastercard, Vocalink, and Reuters.

In her most recent role at NatWest she was responsible for setting and delivering the payment strategy, in addition to overseeing payment architecture, operations and innovation.

“BFS is a highly successful business with a track record of delivering excellent service to its SME customers,” said King. “But importantly, it is also a highly values-driven organisation.

“I’m delighted to join BFS and look forward to contributing to its ambitious growth strategy, benefitting colleagues, clients and business partners alike.”

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