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Malcolm Hayday has been chief executive of Charity Bank since 2002. In February 2012 he annoucned his intention to step down but will remain in post until a successor is found. In October it was announced that Partrick Crawford will take over from him in November.
Since 2004 he has also been a director of INAISE, a global network of social finance organisations based in Brussels.
Before joining Charity Bank he was director of community finance and the Charities Aid Foundation.
He was awarded a CBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List in 2013.
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