Crown Agents Bank (CAB) has expanded its risk management efforts with two appointments in its credit risk and anti-money laundering (AML) departments.
Paul Nolan has been hired as the bank’s money laundering reporting officer (MLRO) and head of the anti-financial crime team. He joins from Northern Trust, where he was head of anti-financial crime for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and MLRO for the custodian bank’s UK legal entities. In his new role at CAB, Nolan will cover fraud, anti-bribery, corruption and AML.
Meanwhile, Simon Harris – previously regional credit officer for Africa and Europe at Standard Chartered – has been appointed as non-executive chair of the credit risk committee.