Area banking director Russell Harvey making sure business goals are achieved
Lloyds Bank Commercial Banking has appointed Russell Harvey
as its new area director for Kent.
In his new role, he will manage the bank's corporate division
which provides advice and funding solutions to mid-market and
corporate sized businesses.
Mr Harvey has been in banking for 20 years and will head a
20-strong team based in Chelmsford.
He was previously area director in Lloyds Bank's business
support unit. This division specialises in the turnaround of
mid-market firms and has supported 10,000 businesses since
He has also held senior management roles with the bank's
Financial Institutions and Commercial divisions.
Mr Harvey said: "Mid-sized businesses have a crucial role
to play in revitalising the UK's economy. My main goal is to ensure
both new and existing customers continue to receive the support
from Lloyds Bank to achieve their business goals."
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