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Money Advice Trust appoints Lucy Malenczuk and Laurence Burgess as new trustees

The Money Advice Trust, the charity that runs National Debtline and Business Debtline, has appointed Lucy Malenczuk and Laurence Burgess to its Board of Trustees.

 
Lucy Malenczuk is an independent consultant with a particular interest in reducing the impact of scams and fraud on consumers and using an inclusive design approach to improve outcomes in consumer markets. Lucy was formerly Senior Policy Manager at Age UK leading on the charity’s public policy work on financial services, utilities and scams.

Laurence Burgess has served as a senior director and is a chartered accountant whose experience includes twenty years at Credit Suisse in a variety of senior roles, including Chief of Staff and Chief Operating Officer within Information Technology. Laurence is currently working with NHS Digital as part of a significant organisational change programme.

Both Trustees started their roles in September 2019.

Adam Sharples, Chair of the Money Advice Trust, the charity that runs National Debtline and Business Debtline, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Lucy and Laurence on to the Board of Trustees.

“They bring with them a wealth of experience and knowledge from across the financial and charitable sectors – I am sure their insight will be of great value to the work of the Money Advice Trust.

“At a time when demand for the Money Advice Trust’s services remains high, it is crucial that we continue to provide the best services possible to help people tackle their debts and to improve the money and debt environment. The support of our Trustees and ambassadors is crucial in helping us achieve this.”
 
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