Banking veteran Colin Soulsby joins Aberdein Considine
Colin Soulsby has joined Aberdein Considine’s Lender Services Practice Group (LSPG).
Mr Soulsby has left his senior role with the Royal Bank of Scotland to join the firm in a newly-created relationship management role.
During a four-decade career in financial services, he worked across a range of banking areas including branch banking, international and corporate.
However, for the past 24 years he has specialised in the field of debt management, with a particular focus on managing legal suppliers.
He will take this experience into Aberdein Considine, where he will be supporting the delivery of volume legal services to lender clients across the UK.
Myra Scott, head of LSPG at Aberdein Considine, said: “Colin’s experience will be invaluable and his appointment will support the growing range of complex, non-standard mortgage litigation, asset and debt recovery cases that the firm is handling.”
Commenting on his new role, Mr Soulsby said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to work with a firm at the forefront of the industry.
“Aberdein Considine has a reputation for delivery and innovation in the sector and I look forward to working with all of our clients around the country.”