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PCF appoints former Virgin Money executive to its board

Marian Martin has joined PCF as a non-executive director with immediate effect

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The new non-exec was at Virgin Money for 11 years

PCF Group PLC (LON:PCF) has appointed a former Virgin Money director to its board.

Marian Martin, who was chief risk officer at Virgin Money, has joined PCF as a non-executive director with immediate effect.

The bank said Martin was at Virgin Money for for 11 years during a period of significant growth and strategic development of the business and its risk function, including the listing of the company on the London Stock Exchange.

Tim Franklin, chairman of PCF, said:  "I am delighted to welcome Marian to PCF Bank. Her extensive experience in financial services and deep knowledge and understanding of retail banking will be invaluable and will complement the skills we already have in our boardroom. We are pleased to have attracted Marian and greatly look forward to working with her over the months and years ahead."

Last October Virgin Money was taken over by CYBG PLC (LON:CYBG), the owner of Clydesdale Bank and Yorkshire Bank, for £1.7bn. 

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