Two new members appointed to the SCTS board

Jun 10, 2022

The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service (SCTS) has appointed two new members to the SCTS board.

Margaret Craig and Steven Dickson have been appointed to the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service Board. The two new board members will replace Joe Al-Gharabally and Col. David McIlroy.

Steven DicksonSteven Dickson retired from BT in 2021 after 32 years where he held various senior positions in sales operations, finance and revenue assurance. During his career he led BT’s global contract assurance program, leading large diverse teams across the world, providing risk based financial assurance for large multinational organisations. He has a keen interest in pensions, environmental issues, employee relations, reward, equality, diversity and inclusion.

Margaret (Maggie) Craig Margaret (Maggie) Craig has spent her working career of over thirty years, in the financial services industry. For the last eight years, she has worked in the regulation of the industry at the Financial Conduct Authority. Maggie is also a member of the board of Scotland’s national children's charity, Children 1st. She is an English graduate of Glasgow University.



The Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service is an independent body, governed by a Corporate Board and chaired by the Lord President, the most senior judge in Scotland.

The SCTS Board develops the strategic direction for the Scottish Courts and Tribunals Service and delivers an operationally effective SCS, which is responsible for providing the staff, buildings and technology to support Scotland’s courts, the work of the independent judiciary, the courts’ Rules Councils and the Office of the Public Guardian.

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