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Social Investment Scotland eyes growth with trio of appointments

 

The finance provider has welcomed three experienced professionals

Charity and social enterprise Social Investment Scotland (SIS) has appointed three new managers to its team, supporting the organisation’s continued growth and wider ambition to build an impact economy.

John Cornwall and Annie Howie have been hired as investment managers, while Selassi Spence has been named SIS’s new data and insights manager.

John joins from the Royal Bank of Scotland where he spent more than three decades across personal, business and corporate banking teams. 

Most recently he was a commercial banking relationship manager with a portfolio of both commercial and third sector customers with annual turnover levels up to £25 million.

Annie brings more than 25 years’ experience across various sectors encompassing investment banking, not-for-profit and start-ups. 

In 2014 she co-launched Bala Sport, a social enterprise encouraging the use of ethically produced, fairtrade sports balls.

As investment managers, John and Annie will be responsible for maintaining existing relationships with social enterprises and charities that have benefited from financial support from SIS, as well as growing the customer network and in turn, increasing the overall impact of its activities.

Selassi comes to SIS from Stewart Investors where she has spent nearly seven years as a relationship associate and previously as a data analyst. 

She also holds a postgraduate certificate in Sustainable Business from the University of Cambridge. 

As data and insights manager, Selassi will support SIS’s measurement and evaluation of the ongoing impact of its investments and funding.

Alastair Davis, CEO of SIS, said: “Our growing headcount is testament to the increasingly prominent role of responsible finance in the Scottish economy. We are pleased to welcome three new managers to the team who will support our ambitious plans to build an impact economy for Scotland. 

“John, Annie and Selassi all come from diverse backgrounds in finance and the third sector, bringing a variety of experience and valuable knowledge to SIS. 

“It is great to see such talented individuals choosing to use their skill sets to deliver greater impact for people and planet.”

 

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Being Honest
2 months ago

What about the significant number of staff leavers you've suffered?