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Clydesdale Bank International MD resigns

Guernsey-based Clydesdale Bank International managing director James Blower has resigned after more than four years running the bank.

Blower notified the bank of his decision to leave in December and has been replaced by former Yorkshire Guernsey Limited managing director Peter Symes.

A Clydesdale Bank International spokesman says: “We can confirm that James Blower has resigned as managing director of Clydesdale Bank International, and we would like to thank him for his efforts and wish him well in the future. Succeeding him is Peter Symes, former managing director of Yorkshire Building Society’s Guernsey operations – Yorkshire Guernsey Ltd.”

Clydesdale Bank International was launched in April 2009.

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