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Business News Growth Company


appoints vice chair Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce board member Liz McKenzie has been appointed vice chair of the West Midlands Growth Company. Liz, who will support chair


Matthew Hammond, spent 19 years at global manufacturer Toyota, followed by seven years at Birmingham-based financial mutual Wesleyan. She is now an angel investor who takes an active role in supporting entrepreneurs. Matthew Hammond said: “Liz is


becoming vice chair at a time when the Growth Company is really making its mark. “The West Midlands Combined


Authority has committed to investing £2.5m into the Growth Company for the next two years, supporting our plans to attract more investment and visitors to the region.” Liz will be chairing a sub-group


of the West Midlands Growth Company’s Board, which focuses on attracting non-departmental government bodies into the region. She said: “I’m planning to make a


positive contribution to the company by taking on the role of vice chair and supporting its ambitions to help the West Midlands realise our full economic potential.”


Wesleyan welcomes new chief operating officer


Mario Mazzochi: Huge potential


Specialist financial services provider Wesleyan has appointed Mario Mazzocchi as its new chief operating officer (COO). Mario previously spent 15


years with Lloyds Banking Group, most recently as COO for the insurance and wealth division. He worked in a number of


roles within the group including marketing, change, strategy, operations, sales and across retail, corporate banking and insurance. Mario was a board member of


the Association of British Insurers in his role at Lloyds. In his new role at Wesleyan,


Mario will play a key role in delivering the firm’s growth plans, leading teams responsible for technology and transformation, life and pensions, practice plan and Wesleyan Bank. He will report to Wesleyan’s group chief executive, Craig


Errington, who said: “Mario joins us at a very exciting time as we move into a new phase of our strategic planning process. “We have a clear idea of what


we have to do to make sure Wesleyan remains successful and continues to meet our customers changing needs in the years ahead. Mario’s skills and experience will be invaluable in helping us to deliver these plans.” Mario said: “Wesleyan has a


fantastic reputation among its professional customers and is also one of the financially strongest companies in the industry. “These two factors alone mean


that there’s huge potential to grow the company further in our specialist customer segments. “Our mutual business model is


also a differentiating factor. I’m pleased to join an organisation committed to driving value for its members while visibly demonstrating its ethos of care for customers and staff.”


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