David Duffy was appointed CEO of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banks in 2015, before the demerger and IPO of CYBG PLC in 2016. He was previously CEO of Allied Irish Banks, CEO of Standard Bank International and the Head of Global Wholesale Banking Network of ING Group.
He has also held various senior positions with Goldman Sachs International including Head of Human Resources Europe. They Board member and Senior Independent Director of UK Finance, Advisory Council Member of CityUK and Board member of the Northern Powerhouse Partnership.
CEO contact information
|CEO Full Name
|CEO Email Address
|Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom
Yorkshire Bank Executive team
|James Pettigrew – Chairman
|Dean Cutbill – Executive Director
Yorkshire Bank is a trading name used by Clydesdale Bank plc for its retail banking operations in United Kingdom. It was founded in 1859 as the West Riding Penny Savings Bank and adopted its present name in 1959.
Founded in 1859, Yorkshire Bank as the West Riding of Yorkshire Provident Society and Penny Savings Society but the Provident Society was soon abandoned and the Bank then traded as the West Riding of Yorkshire Penny Savings Bank.
Yorkshire Bank CEO David Duffy Net Worth
David Duffy’s net worth is estimated to be around £1 million. However, it is important to note that this is just an estimate and his actual net worth could be higher or lower.
Duffy’s net worth comes from a variety of sources, including his salary as CEO, and his bonuses, and any other investments he may have. His total compensation was £2.064 million, which included a base salary of £710,000, a bonus of £750,000, and pension contributions of £604,000.
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