The Royal Bank of Scotland has appointed Caroline Moss as director of marketing at its Corporate Banking and Financial Markets (CBFM) division.
Moss joins from RBS-owned Coutts Group. She replaces Richard Wetenhall, who has taken up a new role within RBS.
It is the second time that Moss has been promoted in a month. In August she was moved from head of communications to head of strategy and marketing at Coutts.
Moss has held a number of senior strategy and business development positions with NatWest Group in the UK and US.
RBS was founded in 1727 and is the second-largest bank in the UK.
In March 2000 RBS completed the &£21bn acquisition of NatWest. It has 15 million customers and more than 2,200 UK branches. It employs 88,000 staff and has total assets of over &£320bn.