Together appoints new Chief Information Officer


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Property lender Together has today announced the appointment of Paul Luke to Chief Information Officer.

Working closely with Together’s operations team, Paul will assume responsibility of Group Technology Services (GTS) and will manage the day-to day processes and technology improvement to meet the needs of colleagues and customers.

Paul brings a wealth of experience across 20 years in financial services, leading change, IT, operations and transformation teams, building operational and technology solutions in highly regulated UK markets.

He has previously held senior positions in financial services companies including Capita and Co-op Insurance.

At Capita, he was responsible for a portfolio of major life and pensions client relationships, the transformation and end-to-end delivery of a range of business process, digital and IT services in highly regulated UK and International financial services markets.

Paul said:

“I am really looking forward to joining the Together group, I can see what an amazing culture the business has, and I can’t wait to be a part of it.

It will be great to able to share some of my experience with the team, but also to take on the challenge of learning about a different area within financial services, and supporting the delivery of a really exciting vision and change agenda over the coming years.”

Paul’s appointment is the latest in several new senior hires and promotions by Together, in line with the company’s success and continued growth plans.

John Barker, Group Chief Operating Officer at Together said:

“At Together, we are committed to building an expert senior team to guide us forward, and Paul’s appointment reflects that.

He brings a wealth of experience to the role and will be a true asset to our company; it’s with great pride that we’ve been able to appoint someone of such high calibre.

Through experts like Paul, we are able to work efficiently to help our customers and partners achieve their property ambitions.

We are continuing to work towards our vision of becoming the UK’s most valued lender.”