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Press release: Crown Agents Bank appoints FX and payments senior, Colin Digby, as Head of OECD Banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions

Published: Mar 2019

5th March 2019 – Crown Agents Bank (CAB), the rapidly expanding emerging markets FX and payments specialist, has appointed Colin Digby to head up its Banks and Non-Bank Financial Institutions portfolio in OECD countries.

Digby’s extensive experience in the industry includes senior roles in FX and payments at RBS Markets, Barclays, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan and Citigroup. His appointment is the most recent hire in CAB’s drive to acquire industry talent – consolidating its position as a market-leader in the FX arena and giving the bank the wherewithal to further expand and enhance its services.

“Colin brings so much expertise to this role. His input will be invaluable as we consolidate our existing portfolio and look for innovative ways to further develop the business,” said Albert Maasland, CEO of Crown Agents Bank. “We are a relationship business, based on trust, and having individuals with proven expertise at the helm is something that is important to our clients, and therefore important to us.”

The London-based transaction bank constitutes a vital connection between the emerging markets, and OECD governments, corporates, supra-nationals, NGO’s and financial institutions, by providing rapid access to a broad range of exotic and G10 currency pairings, and designing bespoke payments solutions for its clients across the globe. Its reputable name and enviable client-base have been earned over centuries of unwavering commitment to customer service, and the bank now uses market-leading technology to further its objective of unlocking liquidity across all markets and striving for a more financially inclusive future.

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