CISI appoints diversity-driven president for Liverpool branch

Louise McEveley succeeds James Charlton

Victoria McKeever
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The CISI has appointed Chartered MSCI Louise McEveley, who has expressed her commitment to continuing the drive for diversity in the local financial services profession, as president of its Liverpool branch.

Taking over from outgoing president and Chartered FCSI James Charlton, McEveley (pictured) has four years' experience on the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI) Liverpool Branch committee. In all she has more than 13 years' experience in the financial services profession and has worked for BNY Mellon's Pershing since 2005 where she is currently a vice president. CISI names Maggie Lindsay Scottish branch president "I am honoured to be taking up this role and continue the legacy built up by James," she said. "Under his guidance, the Liverpool branch has become a pi...

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