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Redmond takes on risk role at GIB

Jacqueline RedmondThe Edinburgh-based Green Investment Bank has appointed Jacqueline Redmond as chief risk officer.

Ms Redmond joins GIB from Royal Dutch Shell where she most recently held the position of head of commercial power, based at Shell’s headquarters in The Hague.

She began her career at ScottishPower where she held a number of roles including UK energy risk director and director, corporate strategy.

A graduate of the University of Strathclyde, she served as a non-executive director of Transport Scotland between 2006 and 2010.

She will be responsible for ensuring that the bank establishes and maintains an effective risk management framework, supporting the board’s strategy and risk appetite. She will report to GIB’s CEO, Shaun Kingsbury.

He said: “Jacqueline’s experience and knowledge of the energy industry and utilities sector is sure to prove invaluable as we continue to manage the growth of GIB.

“As well as welcoming her to the team, I’m delighted to welcome Jacqueline home to Scotland following her stint in The Netherlands.”

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