UK Export Finance appoints new legal division head

Written by Jim Dunton on 16 March 2017 in News

Davinder Mann promoted to lead operations at business-aiding agency

UK Export Finance has named Davinder Mann as the new head of its legal division.

Mann, joined the agency – which helps UK firms win business abroad by arranging credit packages for their customers – in 2009, and has spent the last three years at the helm of one of its specialist legal teams. 

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UKEF’s legal division is responsible for supporting all of the agency’s underwriting activities, policy and internal projects.

UKEF chief executive officer Louis Taylor said Mann brought a wealth of experience and expertise to the role.

“UK Export Finance is recognised for its world-leading support for exporters, and the work of the legal division sits at the heart of all that we do for our customers,” he said.

Mann joined UKEF from law firm Linklaters, where she was part of its energy and infrastructure global project finance practice.

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