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Bank of Ireland Corporate announcement

05 January 2017

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking has appointed Joanna Madden as Associate Director within its Business & Support Services industry team, working from the Bank’s GB head office in central London

The Facilities Management sector will be a primary focus for the team that will be providing working capital and acquisition finance as well as foreign exchange and interest rate treasury solutions. Joanna has worked for Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking for nine years during which time she has been responsible for a portfolio of corporate clients and structuring new transactions.

Previously Joanna worked at Commerzbank within their Corporate Banking division.

Contact details:
Joanna Madden Associate Director – Business & Support Services
Corporate Banking UK Bank of Ireland
Mob: +44 (0) 7872 828769
Email: joanna.madden@boi.com
The BOI CBUK website: www.corporate.bankofireland.com/united-kingdom/


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