Bank of Ireland appoints new head of healthcare

Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

Bank of Ireland, one of Europe¹s five top performing banks, has appointed Duncan Bednall as head of its healthcare division. Mr Bednall has responsibility for developing existing healthcare business and to develop new business in the market. He has been with Bank of Ireland for 22 years in various capacities, including area manager for the Midlands. His new healthcare team will operate from offices in Birmingham, Liverpool and London.

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