Tuesday May 26, 2020

Bank of Ireland's life and pensions boss steps down

Sean Casey was MD of New Ireland since 2010

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

31st March, 2016
Bank of Ireland will pay reduced bank levy

The head of Bank of Ireland’s New Ireland life and pensions unit is stepping down, The Sunday Business Post has learned.

Sean Casey has been managing director of New Ireland since 2010 and has been succeeded on an interim basis by another Bank of Ireland executive Mick Sweeney. Staff in New Ireland were told of the unexpected departure on Wednesday.

Bank of Ireland declined to comment on reason for Casey’s exit as it's policy...

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