NatWest appoints new director, commercial banking for Chelmsford & Romford

NatWest appoints new director, commercial banking for Chelmsford & Romford

NatWest is pleased to announce the appointment of Paul Wilson to the position of director, commercial banking for its offices in Chelmsford & Romford.

In his new role - Paul takes on responsibility for running the NatWest commercial banking operations across Chelmsford & Romford and the surrounding areas - which supports businesses turning over between 2m-25m UK pounds. Paul has a team of 12 managers across the two offices, and reports into Andrew Moss, regional director for Norfolk, Suffolk & Essex.

Paul has over 14 years experience in banking beginning his career with HSBC. He joined NatWest four years ago, working as a business development director before taking up a director position in the bank's specialist healthcare team covering the East of England. His most recent role was as a director within the bank's real estate business.

Commenting on his appointment Paul Wilson said: "We are looking to change the way we serve the Chelmsford & Romford SME marketplace. We are providing management support by placing our most experienced managers, who are all local to the towns they operate within, with those customers who can benefit most from their knowledge and business contacts."

"We remain committed to supporting our customers and their business aspirations. The closer we can get to our customers, the better we can support them. We believe this local proposition, with dedicated experienced managers will strengthen further our existing relationships as we seek to work to the customers agenda, making banking simpler for them and delivering our business expertise where it makes most difference."

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