Bank appoints new senior manager for Glamorgan


Bank appoints new senior manager for Glamorgan

NatWest has appointed a senior bank manager for Glamorgan, to take charge of the bank's 10 local branches.

15 March 2011

Marlene Harries, who was previously senior bank manager for outer Cardiff, will be responsible for the bank's main branches in Bridgend, Barry, Cowbridge, Porthcawl and Penarth. She will also oversee its sub-branches in Pencoed, Llantwit Major and Dinas Powys.

A fluent Welsh speaker with over 30 years' experience with NatWest, Marlene will support branch staff in their aim to improve customer service, as set out in the bank's customer charter, launched in 2010. She will also encourage local branch teams to get involved in volunteering and fundraising activities within the communities in which they work.

Marlene has worked in various roles across south Wales for NatWest, including at its branches in Roath, Haverfordwest and Cardiff Queen Street. She was also previously an area retail manager in Cardiff.

Marlene Harries said: "I'm delighted to have been appointed to manage our presence in Glamorgan. I know the area well and will be working with a very experienced and committed team who have a wealth of knowledge of what our customers want."

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