Experienced Financial Services CEO, Dena Brumpton, joins Leathwaite as Non-Executive Director
With over 30 years’ experience as a senior financial services professional, most recently as CEO for Barclays Savings, Investments and Wealth Management, Dena Brumpton is regarded as one of the leading women executives within financial services.
Prior to her role at Barclays, Dena had a distinguished 30-year career at Citi where she held several senior leadership positions in Asset Management, Corporate and Investment Banking and most recently Private Banking and Wealth Management, where she was Global Chief Operating Officer for the Private Bank.
Upon announcing her appointment at Leathwaite, Dena expressed:
“I have worked alongside and have known Leathwaite for a substantial period of my career and have always been impressed by the team’s enthusiasm, market knowledge and desire to deliver.
The opportunity to apply my experience and contribute to the next period of growth for the company, is a challenge I am greatly looking forward to.”
Dena has been recognised as a Top 25 ‘Women of Inspiration and Enterprise’ (2012) and a City Power Woman (2014), as well as being a member of Cancer Research UK Women of Influence Board (2013 – 2016).
Andrew Wallace, Managing Partner of Leathwaite, added:
“Dena is an individual we have held in high regard over the years and it is an absolute pleasure to welcome her to our Board.
Dena’s global financial services experience will further add to the diversity and strength of our existing Board and Corporate Advisors alongside Non-Executive Chairman, Martin Leuw, former CEO of Iris (the UK’s largest private software house), Clare Flynn Levy, CEO of Essentia Analytics (a leading technology platform that provides behavioural data analytics to the buy-side industry) and Conrad Venter, previously CHRO at Deutsche Bank.
Dena’s passion to mentor and develop will prove invaluable as we continue to realise our ambitious international growth plans, and we are greatly looking forward to her impact throughout 2019 and beyond.”