Teachers Building Society is pleased to welcome Malcolm Himsworth onto its Board as a Non-Executive Director; he will also be Chair of the Audit Risk Committee (ARC) from 2019.
Malcolm brings over 30 years’ experience of working in financial services to Teachers Building Society. Having qualified as a Chartered Accountant with Coopers & Lybrand and working in their audit practices, he has also worked for National Australia Bank, NatWest and Barclays where he held several leadership roles in audit, risk and compliance.
Malcolm has held senior governance roles at Aviva, Abbey National, Resolution, Barclaycard and RBS and has been a member of the British Bankers Association Chief Internal Auditors Committee and the HM Treasury Money Laundering Advisory Committee.
As well as his new role at Teachers Building Society, Malcolm is also on the board of CAF Bank, where he is Chair of the Audit Committee and he’s a member of the Audit, Risk and Compliance Committee of Charities Aid Foundation.
Commenting on his appointment, Malcolm said “I’m committed to ensuring the Society maintains a high standard of integrity and I strongly believe that a mutually-owned building society, providing a high calibre service and moving positively with the times, can prosper for the benefit of its members.”
Julie Nicholson, Chair of Teachers Building Society, said, “It’s a pleasure to welcome Malcolm to Teachers and I’m certain he will strengthen the Board with his strong financial services background, especially in audit, risk and compliance. I’m sure his knowledge will provide us with invaluable guidance on helping the Society to meet the mortgage and savings needs of teachers in England and Wales.”
Malcolm joins Chair Julie Nicholson and fellow Non-Executive Directors Alexandra Pike, Ian Grayson, Paul Winter and Andrew Lee.