Former Financial Ombudsman Service chief executive Natalie Ceeney has joined HM Courts and Tribunals service, less than a year after joining HSBC.
Prior to joining HSBC in February as UK head of customer standards, Ceeney served as chief executive of the FOS for almost four years between March 2010 and December 2013.
Ceeney is leaving the bank to take on the chief executive role at HM Courts and Tribunals service.
She has previously worked as chief executive of the National Archives as well as director of operations at the British Library.
Prior to that Ceeney worked for more than three years at consulting firm McKinsey & Company.
A spokeswoman for HSBC says: “We thank Natalie for her time at HSBC and wish her well in her new role.”