Santander UK names new chief risk officer
Patricia Halliday has been appointed as successor to Keiran Foad and will take up the post next month.
Santander UK has appointed Patricia Halliday as chief risk officer (CRO), reporting to chief executive officer (CEO) Nathan Bostock. She will start her new role on 15th May and replace Keiran Foad, who has been appointed as the deputy head of the risk division and deputy group CRO at parent company Banco Santander. As CRO, she will oversee Santander UK’s risk function with responsibility for the management and control of all financial risks (credit, market, liquidity, capital and pensions) as well as the operational risk framework and reporting.
Halliday has previously held senior credit risk positions at Deutsche Bank and Barclays Capital. She joins Santander UK from GE where she was the CRO of GE Capital International Holdings, with oversight of all enterprise risks across US$125bn+ of assets and multiple jurisdictions.