Peer-to-peer lending platform Rebuildingsociety has added two new non-executive directors and an adviser to its board.
Matthew Doyle and Richard McGrail have been appointed as non-executive directors, while John Coffey has been hired as a consultant with a view to joining the board in the near future.
Doyle has more than 25 years international experience in the finance industry, and specialises in mergers & acquisitions, corporate recovery, legal, asset management and banking.
He has previously held senior roles at Hermes Investment Management and KPMG, and acts as chair and non-executive director at a number of firms including Money Matters Credit Union, Housing Pathways, and Pegasus Care.
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McGrail has more than 20 years’ experience working in regulated and dynamic financial markets in the UK and Europe. His recent professional experience includes leading relationships in Switzerland for a European asset manager as well as non-executive director on the THERA executive board.
New board adviser John Coffey will also act as chair of Rebuildingsociety’s risk and compliance committee.
Coffey is currently a non-executive director on the supervisory board of the Foreign Commonwealth & Development Office and chair of its audit and risk assurance committee.
Coffey has more than 40 years’ experience in the financial services industry and has worked at a board level across Europe for 18 years.
He was formerly the executive director, chief risk officer of FCE Bank (Ford Credit), providing financial services for Ford Motor Company’s customers and dealers.