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James Blower

James Blower

Head of Digital

James has 27 years’ experience across banking and marketing.  Having held executive positions at Barclays, he became the youngest ever Managing Director of an offshore bank at Clydesdale Bank International (part of National Australia Bank) and was the first ever Savings Director of Shawbrook Bank.  He has spent the past decade working with a diverse range of providers including Arbuthnot Latham, Cambridge Building Society, Oxbury Bank, Pepper Money and Zopa.  Considered by many as the leading expert in the savings market, having helped to bring several new entrants to market, he Chairs the Association of Savings Professionals and regularly speaks at industry events and to the national media with incisive insight on what is happening in the savings market and why.

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