success - People•Profile•Infrastructure
ISBN 978 0 7559 5733 0
This document is also available in pdf format (504k)
Strengthening the world-class workforce
Global and local profile
Improving the business infrastructure
Contribution to the economy
Year 4: Looking to the future
The Financial Services Advisory Board ( FiSAB) is the custodian and advocate of the Strategy for the Financial Services Industry in Scotland.
Current members of FiSAB are:
Rt Hon Alex Salmond MPMSP, First Minister of Scotland - FiSAB Chair
John Swinney MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Finance and Sustainable Growth
Jim Mather MSP, Minister for Enterprise, Energy and Tourism
John Campbell - Chairman, Scottish Financial Enterprise and Senior Managing Director, State Street Corporation - FiSAB Industry Deputy Chair
Ian Ferguson - Director of Underwriting, Norwich Union
David Fleming - National Officer, Unite the Union
Martin Gilbert - Chief Executive, Aberdeen Asset Management plc
Colin Matthew - Chief Executive, Strategy, International, Treasury & Asset Management, HBOS plc
Jack Perry - Chief Executive, Scottish Enterprise
Sir Muir Russell - Principal, University of Glasgow and Convener, Universities Scotland
Lisa Stephenson - Director, Lloyds TSB Scotland
Ben Thomson - Chairman, Noble Group Limited
Otto Thoresen - Chief Executive, AEGONUK
Margaret Wallace - Managing Director, Morgan Stanley
Willie Watt - Chief Executive, Martin Currie Investment Management Ltd
David Wilson - Director, Enterprise, Energy and Tourism, Scottish Government
Observer from HM Treasury
The delivery of the Strategy is managed by the Financial Services Implementation Group ( FiSIG). FiSIG's membership reflects that of the FiSAB partnership. Current members are: Liz Cairns, Unite the Union; Steven Cameron, AEGONUK; Danny Cusick, Scottish Enterprise; Douglas Greig, Scottish Government; Owen Kelly, Scottish Financial Enterprise; Margaret McGrath, Scottish Government; Mark McMullen, Scottish Development International; Helen McNeill, Lloyds TSB Scotland; Alan Murray, Standard Life; Sam Walker, Aberdeen Asset Management.
Thanks are also given to: Gordon Arthur, Scottish Financial Enterprise; Amber Batool, HM Treasury; Graeme Dickson, Scottish Government; Amanda Harvie, Scottish Financial Enterprise; Trevor Matthews; Simon Palmer, Lloyds TSB Scotland; Cathy Malone, Scottish Enterprise; Brenda Rankin, Scottish Enterprise; John Wilkes, Equal Opportunities Commission whose work contributed to this report.
Special thanks are also given to the following organisations for providing representatives to the five FiSIG-led delivery groups: Chartered Insurance Institute; Chartered Institute of Bankers in Scotland; Close the Gap; Financial Services Authority; Financial Services Skills Council; Heriot Watt University; Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland; Jobcentre Plus; Scottish Centre for Financial Education; Scottish Enterprise Glasgow; Scottish Funding Council; Scottish Investment Operations; Scottish Qualifications Authority; University of Edinburgh; University of Glasgow.
Scottish Government officials provide secretariat support to both FiSAB and FiSIG.