MeDirect Bank

Andrew Charles Wynn is set to be appointed Non-Executive Director of MeDirect Bank (Malta) and MDB Group (the bank’s parent holding company), subject to and effective upon both approval at the annual general meetings (AGM) of shareholders of the two companies and regulatory approval.

In his new role, Mr Wynn will be succeeding Dominic Wallace, who notified the bank and MDB Group that he would not seek re-election as a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Board Risk Committee of the two companies at their AGMs.

Andrew Charles Wynn
Andrew Charles Wynn / LinkedIn

Mr Wynn holds over 40 years of banking, financial services, and property experience and has served on over 32 Boards of Directors in the UK and Europe in Chair, Vice Chair, Non-Executive Director, CEO, and CFO Roles.

In 2010, Mr Wynn founded Clipper Consulting Limited, a company that provides risk advisory services to banks and funds in Europe and the United States. Between 2016 and 2021, he served on the Board and as Vice Chair and Board Risk Committee Chair at Hellenic Bank – the largest retail bank in Cyprus.

Mr Wynn’s earlier positions include Chief Risk Officer of the Lehman Brothers European Structured Finance Group, Chair of UCB Healthcare Finance, and CEO of Security Pacific Trust.

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