Mark Brotherton is the Director, Fraud & Financial Crime for the c£5bn Commercial Banking Division and the CB Money Laundering Reporting Officer, and also provides a first line shared service for Lloyds Bank Corporate Markets. He leads a team of 110 specialists across Fraud, Financial Crime, (including PEPs & Correspondent Banks), Sanctions and Anti-Bribery & Corruption and is also responsible for a number of large related Transformation Programmes with an emphasis on automation, on-boarding and transaction monitoring.
He has been the Group’s Accountable Executive for the SWIFT KYC Registry for the past c.4 years and is a member of the SWIFT KYC Working Group with 15 other Global Bank senior representatives. Mark has supported and hosted a number of related external events to reinforce the value of the Registry.
Mark, who has spent all his career at Lloyds, was previously the COO for Financial Institutions (FIG). As a member of the FI Executive Committee, reporting directly to the Managing Director, Mark had a diverse range of accountabilities across the following disciplines; client service, risk, change, cost management, HR and data. He also had Executive Management responsibility, including Profit and Loss oversight, for the FIG business in Asia and Europe
Previously, he was COO for the Group’s North American business based in New York and also spent time supporting the Group Finance Director during the financial crisis. Before this, Mark spent fifteen years as a Relationship Director leading to the role of Area Director, leading a team of 27 Relationship Managers across several offices.
He is a Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing and has a passion for developing Talent via his mentoring activities.