NatWest International Personal Banking has appointed Jersey-based Dave Isley as its head. Isley has worked in the RBS group since joining 21 years ago in high-street banking, and has been based in Jersey since 1990.
Now 37, Isley has spent the past four-and-a-half years managing international personal banking at RBS International. As head of NatWest IPB he will report to managing director Wil Beaumont.
Isley will be responsible for sales, service and strategy for NatWest International Personal Banking. He replaces Julian Gouge, now leading the group’s Middle East and Far East International Personal Banking businesses, and will be working across a wide range of business areas including personal banking for expatriates and inpatriates, and global relocation services.
Commenting on his appointment, Isley said: “I am excited to be working with Natwest IPB once again. My role will be to ensure NatWest International Personal Banking continues to provide award-winning products and outstanding customer service to the internationally mobile client base.”
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