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Keeper of the Registers of Scotland
Responsible for leading the organisation and delivering the strategic objectives agreed by the board. The keeper is a non-statutory office holder and Deputy Keeper of the Great Seal of Scotland.
Operations director and accountable officer
Responsible for our registration, legal, IT and digital, HR, security, and estate functions. This post also has the responsibilities associated with the accountable officer role.
Business development director
Responsible for the commercial functions of the organisation, both current and future. This role also covers the major projects of Land Register completion and the operational support to land and buildings transaction tax.
Corporate services director
Responsible for our HR, organisational development, training and development, estates, and legal team functions.
Commercial services director
Responsible for our customer service products and provision, as well as identifying and pursuing new business opportunities.
Our non-executive directors
Shrin is a chartered accountant by profession and has held a number of senior roles at Vodafone and Capita focusing on transformation, programme management, credit risk, billing and governance.
Shrin has also served previously as a non-executive director within the NHS, and currently serves as the chair of the audit committee with the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.
Deepa Mann-Kler is a non-executive director of the South Eastern Health & Social Care Trust in Northern Ireland; an independent assessor with the Commissioner for Public Appointments in Northern Ireland and chair of the Crescent Arts Centre in Belfast. Her areas of expertise include corporate governance, risk management, communications, stakeholder engagement, research skills, strategic planning, ethics, equality and anti-discrimination. As a visual artist Deepa Mann-Kler works in neon and light installations, painting, drawing and photography.
After qualifying as a chartered accountant and working with Price Waterhouse Coopers for three years, Jayne moved into the public sector working for the Lothian Health Board as Contracts and Finance Manager.
She rose through the finance ranks in a range of organisations across Scotland, becoming Director of Finance and Performance Management with Fife Health Board in 1994, where she was awarded the Scottish Finance Director of the Year for the Public Sector. After five years in that role, Jayne moved into consultancy and started her own company, the Scott Ross Partnership.
For the last 15 years Jayne has worked on a range of consultancy assignments, primarily within the health and education sectors, undertaking financial recovery, project management and interim management roles.
Jayne has an extensive non-executive director portfolio. She is currently a Board Member with the Marine Management Organisation and the Professional Standards Authority. She is a Competition and Markets Authority Panel Member. She was previously Deputy Chairman of Entrust and a non-executive director of Ofgem.
Fiona Ross has just completed her term as the director/CEO of the National Library of Ireland. An experienced board member, Fiona currently sits on UK and Irish boards, including the National Archives UK and JK Funds, and has recently completed her term as a board member of the Association of Chief Executives of State Agencies in Ireland.
Fiona holds a governance fellowship at George Washington University in Washington DC and is listed in Cranfield University's 100 Women to Watch list 2014.