FIMBank plc on Tuesday announced that Claire Imam Thompson has stepped down from her position as Non-Executive Director, with effect from 10th November 2023.

She joined the bank back in 2021, with regulatory approval for her appointment being granted in March of that year.

Claire Imam Thompson / LinkedIn
Former FIMBank Non-Executive Director Claire Imam Thompson / LinkedIn

FIMBank’s Board of Directors expressed gratitude towards Ms Imam Thompson for her service to the bank over the years.

She has worked in the financial services industry for more than 25 years, having occupied board-level and senior management positions at a number of global businesses.

Up until June 2023, she was Executive Vice President, Global Head of Trade & Embedded Finance, Enterprise Partnerships at Mastercard. In that role, she led work with major financial players, logistics providers, and technology companies in order to build digital and sustainable supply chains.

She is an Accountant by profession, and also holds a Bachelor of Science (Hons) in Business Studies from University of Bradford.

With roots in 1994, FIMBank Group is a provider of trade finance, factoring and forfaiting solutions, with a global presence in various financial and trading centres.

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