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Yorkshire BS appoints new chair and vice-chair

Yorkshire Building Society has appointed Ed Anderson as chairman and Richard Davey as vice chairman.
Anderson, who is currently vice chairman, will succeed Christopher Sheridan when he steps down at the end of the year.
Anderson was appointed to the Board in May 2003 while Davey joined the board in September 2005.
Sheridan says: “Since joining the Board both Ed and Richard have made substantial contributions to the Society. Ed’s broad commercial background and knowledge of the Society’s Yorkshire heartland, combined with Richard’s extensive financial sector experience will make an excellent partnership, and ensure that the Society has the leadership to continue its success in the future.”

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