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Chief Executive of the Melton Retires

Martin Reason, Chief Executive of the Melton Building Society since 2006, hands over the baton to his successor, Simon Taylor. Martin’s retirement was marked by the planting of a “Tree of Reason” by the Society’s Board of Directors.

Martin is one of the longest serving building society chief executives. He guided the Society through the financial crisis of 2008 and has been instrumental in securing an exciting future for the Melton.

The Society’s new Chief Executive, Simon Taylor was Chief Operating Officer at the Nottingham Building Society from 2011 to 2019. He was most recently interim Chief Commercial Officer at the Saffron Building Society.

“I am very excited to be a part of the Melton,” said Simon Taylor, Chief Executive, the Melton. “I was strongly attracted by the ambition and energy of the Melton Board to create a relevant modern and vibrant Society that adds value and supports its members and the communities it serves. I look forward to playing my part and leading the team in delivering on that ambition.”

 

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