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The Society's Board of Directors

Mr Nathan MossNathan Moss
Nathan Moss was appointed Chairman in January 2018 having joined the Society's Board in June 2017. He has over 35 years' experience in the wealth management, bank and insurance sectors.

During his distinguished career, Nathan has undertaken senior executive roles at HSBC, Scottish Widows, Lloyds TSB and Friends Life. He is currently a non-executive director at Canada Life Group and has previously held non-executive roles at One Savings Bank and Homeserve.

Phil Green, Chairman of the Open Fund With Profits Committee Phil Green
Deputy Chairman, Senior Independent Director and Chairman of the With Profits Committee 
Phil Green joined the Society's Board on 1 January 2010 and was appointed Deputy Chairman and Senior Independent Director with effect from 17 September 2014. He is Chairman of an International Consultancy company focused on financial services. Phil has extensive global experience working within the insurance sector.

Formerly President and CEO of LIMRA Europe until standing down in 2013. Phil worked for American International Group (AIG) until 2005 initially as Senior Vice President Marketing and Distribution at ALICO and latterly as Executive Vice President and Chief Agency Officer for AIA.

Prior to AIG Phil worked for 18 years at Sun Life of Canada culminating in responsibility for Individual Insurance in the UK. 

Chris Brinsmead BSc, MSc, Chairman of the Remuneration Committee Chris Brinsmead BSc, MSc
Chairman of the Remuneration Committee
Chris Brinsmead joined the Society's Board on 1 April 2010. He has over 30 years experience gained nationally and internationally in the pharmaceutical industry, including seven years as President of AstraZeneca Pharma UK Ltd.

He was previously Chairman of AstraZeneca Pharma UK Ltd and President of the Association of the British Pharmaceutical Industry. Chris has strong business skills and a track record of delivering outstanding results in challenging and complex situations. Chris is currently a business adviser on Life Sciences to the Government, a Non-Executive Director at Domino Printing Sciences plc, United Drug plc, Kinapse Limited and Chairman of Diagnostic Capital Limited.

Martin Bryant MA, MBA, Chairman of Wesleyan Bank Limited Martin Bryant, MA, MBA
Chairman of Wesleyan Bank Limited
Martin Bryant joined the Society's Board on 1 June 2011. Martin spent 13 years working for The Boots Group in a number of positions including Group Director of Business Development where he was responsible for corporate strategy development and new business creation.  In 2007 he retired as Chief Executive at The Shareholder Executive, a unique cross governmental organisation providing corporate finance advice and shareholder management for 27 businesses with an asset base of £20 billion. Prior to that, he was Strategy Director at the Home Office and worked as Chief Operating Officer of BP Retail.

He has a portfolio of non-executive interests spanning public, private and not-for-profit sectors. Martin joined the Board of Wesleyan Bank Limited in September 2012 and became Chairman from 1 January 2013. 

Nigel Masters FIA, Chairman of the Risk CommitteeNigel Masters, FIA
Chairman of the Risk Committee
Nigel Masters joined the Society's Board in 2012. He has more than 35 years' actuarial experience working primarily within the life insurance industry and is a past president of the Institute of Actuaries.
He has previously worked as Group Chief Life Actuary at Zurich Financial Services, where he had responsibility for the corporate actuarial work in the life business units. He also spent 14 years at PwC where he undertook extensive mergers and acquisition work and advised on international financial reporting.

Nigel currently manages his own business providing strategic and actuarial consultancy services. He is a Non-Executive Director of Homeowners Friendly Society.

Andrew NedenAndrew Neden MA, FCA
Chairman of the Audit Committee
Andrew Neden became a member of the Society's board in November 2014. He has more than 30 years' experience of the financial sector.

Having joined KPMG after graduating from Cambridge, he held a number of senior roles, including Partner in charge of Financial Sector Transaction Services in the UK and latterly Global Chief Operating Officer for Financial Services. 

Andrew holds a number of pro bono Board positions, including Chairman of the St Peters Canary Wharf Trust Limited and the Great St Helen's Trust Ltd, Audit Committee Chairman for The Prince of Wales Youth Business International and Director/Trustee for Grace Church Dulwich Ltd.

He is also a non-executive director of and chairs the audit committee for the Nottingham Building Society.

Craig Errington C Dir, FIoD, Group Chief Executive Dr Craig Errington, D.Univ C Dir, FIoDIoD_Winner_Final
Group Chief Executive
Craig Errington who was awarded Overall UK Director of the Year by the Institute of Directors in 2011, joined the Society in 1991. He received several promotions through the ranks of the sales force and in 2002 was appointed to the Board as Group Sales Director, before being appointed Chief Executive in April 2005. He is Chairman of the Society's Executive Committee, Wesleyan Financial Services Limited, Wesleyan Unit Trust Managers Limited, Practice Plan Holdings Ltd and the Wesleyan Members Advisory Board. Craig is also Chair of the Financial Conduct Authority's Smaller Business Practitioner Panel.

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