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Bank of Ireland CFO to step down

Theo Osborn | 11:44 Wednesday 26th June 2019

Bank of Ireland has revealed that its group chief financial officer Andrew Keating intends to step down by the end of 2019.

He will also step down as executive director of Bank of Ireland Group and take up a senior finance role at an international organisation outside the financial services sector.

Andrew will remain in his role for the coming months, and a process to appoint his successor will now commence.

Francesca McDonagh, group chief executive at Bank of Ireland, said: “Over the past seven years, Andrew has demonstrated a strong track record of successful financial leadership.

“He has built a market-leading finance function within the group and has shown exceptional commitment in his role as CFO.

“I wish to acknowledge Andrew’s strong support to me in my role as group CEO and wish him every success in the next phase of his career.”

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