Santander UK appoints new head of corporate clients

Santander UK has appointed Jane Galvin as head of corporate clients within its corporate and commercial banking (CCB) division.

Galvin, who will lead corporate clients’ relationship teams, will begin the role in February.

She joins from HSBC UK, where she was managing director of corporate banking UK and led their UK corporate banking team from 2017-2021.

In her new role at Santander, Galvin will oversee several regionally-based teams across the UK which include industrials, consumer and business services, together with the national sector-based teams covering real estate, social housing, local government, and education.

In her role, Galvin will be responsible for driving the CCB division’s growth strategy and supporting their clients’ growth and international expansion.

Before joining HSBC, Galvin previously spent over 30 years at Barclays.

“We are delighted to welcome Jane to the CCB team as we continue our exciting journey to develop and grow our corporate and commercial banking business,” said Tim Hinton, head of corporate and commercial banking, Santander UK. “ Jane brings a wealth of expertise and experience in delivering for her clients as well as a deep understanding of international markets and how we can support companies with overseas expansion.

“Her presence will be invaluable as we seek to support more UK businesses and deliver on our ambitious plans over the coming years.”

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