Bank of Ireland appoints new CFO

October 15, 2019 | Banking
Written by FinTech Alliance
Bank of Ireland appoints new CFO

The Bank of Ireland has appointed Myles O’Grady as its new CFO.

In Brief:

  • O’Grady will officially replace Andrew Keating on Friday.

  • He was previously the bank’s director of commercial partnering.

  • Keating steps down after 15 years at the bank.

What does this mean?  

The bank’s Group CEO has said that O’Grady’s experience – including investor relations at AIB – will help the bank deliver on its strategic priorities which include growing sustainable profits.

Read more here.

 

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