Nedbank has appointed Andrew Corlett OBE and Jeremy Wilson as independent non-executive directors. The statement said that he is also appointed as chairman of the board for Nedgroup Trust. John Harris, who is the non-executive director has also joined the board of Nedgroup Trust.
Previously, Andrew has served on many Isle of Man government and supranational committees. In addition, his former non-executive directorships include chairman of Barclays Private Clients International, HSBC and Swire Groups. Currently, his principal non-executive directorships include Equiom and Gibbs Technologies.
Stuart Cummins, chief executive of Nedbank Private Wealth International, added: “I am delighted that Andrew and Jeremy have chosen to join us. Their appointments add wide-ranging expertise to the board and I look forward to working with them both.”
Jeremy Wilson recently retired as vice chairman of Barclays Corporate with Barclays. During his long stint with Barclays, he worked across business units in Australasia, Vanuatu, the US, Europe and the UK. In addition to his responsibilities with Barclays, he was the non-executive chairman of Bloomsbury Publishing.
Errol Kruger, non-executive chairman of Nedbank Private Wealth International, extended a warm welcome on behalf of the board and said: “Both Andrew and Jeremy have had successful careers at senior levels across the private and public sectors. Their diverse backgrounds and extensive experience will enable them to make a significant contribution to the functioning and governance of the Nedbank Private Wealth board.”
The media release was shared with International Finance.