Sanshia Tumblety has been appointed to the role Head of Banking Propositions, International Personal Banking, Standard Bank, Isle of Man.

The appointment recognises Sanshia’s extensive marketing experience and strategic planning skills. Sanshia was promoted from her position as Product Manager, Deposits and Banking at Standard Bank in the Isle of Man.

Chris Till, Chief Executive Officer, Standard Bank, Isle of Man, said: ‘Sanshia has been with Standard Bank since 2013 and has proven to be an asset to our team. Her experience in marketing financial services has been built up over many years in the offshore and expatriate environment and I’m confident she will be able to lead our Products division forward.’

Sanshia Tumblety
Sanshia Tumblety

Prior to working for Standard Bank, Sanshia was with Britannia International for 11 years as Marketing Managerand then Business Improvement Manager in a project management capacity. She started her career with advertising and promotionsagencies in London, working with clients such as Evian, Unilever, RAC and Abbey National.

Sanshia says she is looking forward to the challenge of her new role, ‘With Standard Bank’s clear long term focus on Africa, I will be concentrating on building closer relationships between our team here, and the rest of the Group, helping to embed our client value proposition across the business. I aim to provide added value to our retail clients through enhancements to our proposition andextensive banking and savings product range, and use my experience to play an active role in the senior management team in the Isle of Man.’


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Sanshia is married with two young children. She enjoys film, history, adventurous travel and tennis, as well as spending her spare time exploring the island’s natural playgrounds with her two boys.