Movers and Shakers: Three senior appointments at Bank of Ireland
Michael Lauhoff, Deirdre Nicholl and Susan Brown move up the ranks within the financial institution
Bank of Ireland has announced three new senior appointments. Michael Lauhoff is its new head of corporate banking in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Prior to this appointment, Lauhoff was director of business banking for three years and, before that, head of business banking – growth, for four years.
The bank has also appointed Deirdre Nicholl to the role of chief operating officer of corporate banking. Nicholl’s most recent role with the bank was...
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