Bank of Scotland’s Ian Tate takes a long look back


Posted on December 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Having recently retired, Bank of Scotland’s IAN TATE talked to Caring Times editor GEOFF HODGSON about his 26 years’ involvement in long term care financing.

*CT: In recent years you have been very well known in the care sector in your position as Head of Bank of Scotland’s Intermediary Commercial Finance. How long were you in that post, and what was the career path that led to that position?

Ian Tate: Having spent nearly 14 years of my career within Branch Banking, Internal Audit and general management I was appointed with several other colleagues to help start up the Bank’s Residential mortgage arm. After some very strong marketing, business was achieved through various introductory s





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