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Yorkshire appoints David Henderson as chief information officer

Yorkshire Building Society has appointed David Henderson as chief information officer.

Henderson joins Yorkshire from HBOS where he headed IT for a number of retail business divisions.

Henderson will be responsible for the society’s IT functions, the business change project management team and Yorkshire Key Services, a wholly owned subsidiary of Yorkshire Building Society which provides a distinctive computer package and systems solutions to other building societies.

Yorkshire chief executive Iain Cornish says: “I’m delighted that David has joined our team. He has extensive experience in the personal finance industry, including the mutual sector, and will make a significant contribution to the planning of the Society’s future strategy and delivering the technology to achieve it.”

Henderson says: “’Yorkshire Building Society is a successful business with some very ambitious plans. IT is instrumental to these and I have a huge opportunity in ensuring we add value where it really counts. I’m thoroughly looking forward to the challenge.”

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