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Registry Trust appoints Demos CEO Polly Mackenzie as Non-Executive Director

Registry Trust, the not-for-profit organisation which maintains the Register of Judgments, Orders and Fines for the UK & Ireland, has appointed Polly Mackenzie, CEO of think tank Demos, as a Non-Executive Director.

As former Founding Director of the Money and Mental Health Policy Institute and Director of Policy Innovation at 10 Downing Street, Polly brings a wealth of experience in financial inclusion and public involvement in policy creation to the Registry Trust Board.

Registry Trust Chair Mick McAteer said:

“We are delighted that Polly is joining the Registry Trust board. Her leadership has turned Demos into one of the leading UK think tanks.

“Her background in policy innovation and, specifically, financial vulnerability and inclusion is ideally aligned with our mission to use our public data on monetary judgments for the public good. Polly’s experience and insights will help us identify ways to collaborate with other stakeholders to ensure our data is being used to its full potential.”

Registry Trust’s data plays a vital role in supporting millions of lending and credit decisions and promoting trust in economic transactions in the UK & Ireland every year.

Also see: Registry Trust data used in Demos ‘Double Whammy’ report mapping the UK’s personal debt and read our recent blogs for an insight into our current campaigns.

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