Eilidh Mactaggart resigns as CEO of Scottish National Investment Bank
Eilidh Mactaggart, chief executive officer, of the Scottish National Investment Bank (SNIB) has resigned.
The bank has announced that Sarah Roughead will act as CEO with immediate effect whilst the board initiates a process to find a new, permanent CEO.
As the CFO, Ms Roughead is well-positioned to ensure a smooth transition. Prior to her role as CFO, she was at Scottish Equity Partners and brings experience from her background in private equity, venture capital and infrastructure funds. Sarah is supported by a skilled team with extensive private and public sector experience.
The board and executive team will continue to deliver on the Bank’s missions, supporting Scotland’s transition to net zero by 2045, investing to improve opportunities for people and communities and harnessing the forces of technology and innovation to build a more resilient, productive economy.
Willie Watt, chair of the board, said: “The board would like to thank Eilidh for the contribution she has made as we successfully launched the Scottish National Investment Bank. We have a strong team in place that remains focused on investing to deliver growth, jobs and enhanced social and environmental benefits for the people of Scotland.
“Having committed almost £200 million since launch, we are in an excellent position to deliver on our objectives, and I am proud of the significant investments we have made so far. We have lots more to do and I look forward to continuing the Bank’s missions to support the transition to net zero, extend equality of opportunity and harness innovation to enable the people of Scotland to flourish.”