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The people behind your community bank

  • Rev Iain May

    Chair
    Rev Iain May

    Rev Iain May

    Chair

    Iain has twenty years’ experience with multinational banking groups, fifteen of which were in senior and executive international roles. In 2005 he left the corporate world to start training for the Ministry and is currently the Minister of South Leith Parish Church,  Edinburgh. In 2013, Iain with other Directors of the Water of Leith Credit Union Study Group, looked at ways to bring a more accessible community based credit union to Edinburgh and the Lothians. The result of this, was the merging of Castle and North Edinburgh credit unions with the Water of Leith, to form Castle Community Bank. Iain is fully committed to maintaining a strong community based credit union in Edinburgh and surrounding areas.

  • Nick Stewart

    Treasurer
    Nick Stewart

    Nick Stewart

    Treasurer

    An accountant by profession, Nick has over thirty years of experience working in the financial services sector. Nick brings extensive experience of business consultancy within change and risk management. Nick is committed to the ethical credentials of Castle Community Bank and developing a diverse  membership seeking to save or borrow that is representative of the communities it serves.

  • Willie McEwan

    Board Member
    Willie McEwan

    Willie McEwan

    Board Member

    Born and bred in Niddrie Willie has been actively involved in many community and business projects in Craigmillar. He was Chairman of the Craigmillar Opportunity Trust, (now cre8te), served on the Castlebrae school board for fifteen years and in his business employed where possible local apprentices and painters. Willie joined the Board in 2014.

  • Douglas Reid

    Board Member
    Douglas Reid

    Douglas Reid

    Board Member

    Douglas came to live in Edinburgh from the Highlands when studying law at the University of Edinburgh. He has advised individuals, companies, families and businesses throughout his career on common sense solutions, as well as negotiating the legal landscape. As well as being a busy husband and father, Douglas also serves as a Charity trustee. In the unlikely event of having any free time, Douglas likes to get some sleep.

  • Keith Macdonald

    Board Member
    Keith Macdonald

    Keith Macdonald

    Board Member

    Keith has extensive experience in marketing communications, digital marketing and website development. After seven years at Tesco Bank, Keith left in December 2017 to return to consultancy. Before that Keith was in senior marketing positions in RBS Group for thirteen years. Keith is also a Non-Executive Director of  Scottish Golf.

  • Moray Watson

    Board member
    Moray Watson

    Moray Watson

    Board member

    Moray worked for the Bank of Scotland for some thirty years, holding senior positions in Corporate, Business and Retail Banking. He currently works for a software company. He has a wide experience in sales and marketing, product development and operations.

  • Maureen Child

    Board Member
    Maureen Child

    Maureen Child

    Board Member

    Maureen has been a Labour Councillor for the Portobello/Craigmillar Ward since 2007 and an Elected Member of the City of Edinburgh Council since 1995. Currently Maureen is Convener of the Council’s Communities and Neighbourhoods Committee and Voluntary Sector and Equalities Champion for the Council. Prior to its merger with North Edinburgh Credit Union, Maureen had been a Board member of Castle Credit Union in Craigmillar since 2007. . Maureen strongly believes that there needs to be a locally based community credit union which serves ALL the people, but in particular those who are poor and those who easily fall prey to unscrupulous lenders

  • Jan Myerthall

    Board Member
    Jan Myerthall

    Jan Myerthall

    Board Member

    A local resident of Craigmillar for over thirty five years, Jan has always taken an active interest in community activities. Jan is active in several local groups and works hard to do her best for the local residents  of Craigmillar.