Posted on Monday 20 August 2018 by Ulster Business
Jane Howard has been confirmed as the new chief executive of Ulster Bank, writes Ellie Donnelly.
She joins the bank from its UK parent, Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS), where she served as a senior executive.
Ms Howard replaces Gerry Mallon, who has joined Tesco Bank as its chief executive.
"We are delighted that Jane will join us as chief executive of Ulster Bank in the Republic of Ireland," Des O’Shea, chairman of Ulster Bank, said.
"Jane brings a track record of strong leadership, intense customer focus, drive and enthusiasm. Her deep banking experience gained across a variety of senior leadership roles will bring considerable value to Ulster Bank. The board and I look forward to working with Jane to ensure the success of the next stage of the bank’s development.