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Ulster Bank boss to lose overseas business units

Markets Correspondent Ulster Bank chief executive Cormac McCarthy is to lose control of the overseas business units previously assigned to him by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Ulster’s parent company.

28th February, 2009

Markets Correspondent Ulster Bank chief executive Cormac McCarthy is to lose control of the overseas business units previously assigned to him by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), Ulster’s parent company.

Last week, RBS said that it planned to sell the businesses that currently reported to McCarthy, whose responsibilities were extended beyond Ulster in recent years when he was promoted to the position of chief executive, RBS Europe & Middle East (E&ME).

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