Friday 19 July 2019 12:45 am

City Moves for 19 July – Who's switching jobs at Lloyds Bank, Young's and R3?

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Today’s City Moves includes Lloyds Bank, Young’s and R3.

Lloyds Bank

Andy Hulme has been appointed as co-head of Lloyds Bank’s Real Estate and Housing (RE&H) alongside Madeleine McDougall (pictured), who has successfully led the business since 2017. Both Andy and Madeleine will report to Scott Barton, managing director, large corporates, commercial banking. Andy is currently chief executive and head of fund for the Housing Growth Partnership, a Lloyds Bank and Homes England initiative which provides investment support to the regional residential com­munity to increase the number of new-build homes in the UK. He has more than 15 years’ experience in a range of senior retail and commercial lending roles. As part of the changes, Andy will become chairman of the Housing Growth Partnership while Madeleine will also join the board. Lloyds Bank is now in the process of appointing a new CEO for the init­ia­tive from within the organisation. Madeleine and Andy will both play key roles in helping the team implement its Green Lending Initiative, which provides incentives for property companies to deliver sustain­able imp­ro­ve­ments to their assets such as achieving an A-Rated Energy Performance Certificate, BREEAM ‘Excellent’ rating or using 100 per cent renewable energy.


Brewer Young’s have announced the appointment of Simon Dodd as a director in the newly created role of chief operating officer. Simon has a wealth of experience, having spent more than a decade working in the pub and brewing sector. Most recently, Simon was a director of Fuller’s and managing director of their beer company, having previously been operations director of their premium city pubs division. Prior to joining Fuller’s, Simon was at the Orchid Pub Company where he held the role of chief operating officer following his promotion from the position of commercial director. Simon will join the Board of Young’s on 2 September, reporting to Patrick Dardis.


Cathy Minter has been appointed chief revenue officer of R3, the enterprise blockchain software firm. Cathy has extensive experience in the enterprise software industry. Prior to joining R3, she served as head of Am­ericas sales at enterprise software firm Docker. With over 20 years’ experience in sales, Cathy has held senior leadership positions at established enterprise technology leaders, SAP and Oracle, as well as emerg­ing software firms Spacetime Insight, a visual analytics firm acquired by Nokia in 2018. At R3, Cathy will take global responsibility for commercial activity and revenue generation, including growing the user-base for Corda Enterprise and promoting the expanded use of Corda in across a wide range of enterprise use cases.

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