Yorkshire Bank has appointed a new managing partner at its Birmingham Financial Solutions Centre in the Midlands.
Paul Reeves, who celebrated his 30th anniversary with Yorkshire Bank last July, has been announced as the new managing partner at its centre in Temple Row.
He takes over from Stephen Cronin who is now managing partner at the bank’s FSC in Coventry.
His career with Yorkshire Bank started at the age of 16 as an office junior in Oldham and in 2006 he was named National Managing Partner of the Year by Yorkshire and Clydesdale Banks.
The 47-year-old was managing partner in Cheshire and Stafford between 2006 and 2010 and since then he had led the teams in Coventry and Northampton, along with Stafford, which he continues to be responsible for. Mr Reeves said: “Access to finance is key to breaking down any barriers for economic growth.
“We are still actively looking to support trading and forward-thinking businesses through our Investing for Growth initiative. Indeed our commitment is now stronger than ever as we continue to attract growing numbers of small and medium sized businesses.”