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