Capital One Financial in McLean, Va., has added a former bank CEO to its board.
The $425 billion-asset company said in a press release Friday that Christine Detrick had become a director and will stand for election next May. She will serve on the audit and risk committees.
Detrick recently served as a director and head of the Americas financial services practice at Bain & Co. Previously, she was a member of the global leadership team, board of management and board of directors at A.T. Kearney.
She was also president and CEO of St. Louis Bank for Savings.
Detrick “brings the wisdom of her diverse set of experiences to our board, with an impressive blend of executive management and board leadership roles across multiple industries,” Richard Fairbank, Capital One’s chairman and CEO, said in the release.
“Her strong strategic mindset has been honed through years of strategy consulting, complemented by hands-on business experience, risk management expertise and elite governance skills,” Fairbank added.