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Mark Curran to step down as TSB Customer Banking Director; Adam Lishman appointed successor

14th March 2024

TSB has today announced that after five years Mark Curran, Customer Banking Director, has announced his intention to step down from the bank.

Following an extensive search, Adam Lishman has been appointed to the role from May, subject to regulatory approval, and following an orderly handover with Mark.

Mark has been pivotal to helping TSB deliver its Money Confidence purpose and growth strategy since joining the bank in 2019. He has played a key role leading TSB’s technology transformation, improving its business banking offering, and evolving TSB’s brand, products, and propositions to deliver more for customers.

Adam joins TSB on 1 May and will be responsible for providing products, propositions, partnerships and marketing communications that meet TSB’s customers’ needs, making them feel money confident while driving commercial growth.

Robin Bulloch, TSB Chief Executive Officer, thanked Mark Curran for the pivotal role he has played in helping deliver the bank’s strategy and welcomed Adam’s appointment:

“Mark has made a valuable contribution to TSB over the past five years and we wish him all the best for the future.”

“I’m delighted to welcome Adam to TSB. He is an accomplished business leader, with a great track record of delivering for customers and I know we will benefit hugely from his leadership and experience.”

Adam Lishman said:

“I am delighted to be joining TSB - an ambitious, purpose-driven bank that has customers right at its heart. I’m looking forward to joining Robin and the TSB team as we look to do even more to deliver Money Confidence to customers.”

Notes to editors

Adam Lishman
  • Adam Lishman has over 20 years’ experience in financial services and telecommunications. Most recently, he was part of Barclays UK Executive team, as Managing Director Everyday Money Management, where he led current accounts and unsecured lending for the past three years.
  • Prior to this, he held a number of senior executive roles at Barclays and BT, leading finance, commercial, transformation, and treasury.
  • He started his career in telecommunications at 20:20 Mobile Group.