Bank to target big operators

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

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking has established a dedicated healthcare team to focus on the big corporate healthcare market in the UK. The team will be led by Tony Martyn, director, corporate banking and will be supported by senior manager Orla Halpenny. Bank of Ireland’s existing healthcare team, serving the UK mid-market and headed by Paul Moran, remains in place. The new team’s focus will be on providing short and long term funding to healthcare operators in the long-term care and acute/specialist care markets, where there is strong demand in a market now worth more than £10bn. The team will also focus on providing acquisition and development debt at the corporate end of the market. Bank of Ireland’s managing director of corporate banking Finbarr O’Neill said the bank’s strategy was to expand into high growth niche sectors internationally, and the establishment of a specialist healthcare team was one of the building blocks of this strategy. “Bank of Ireland has a long established healthcare team in Lond

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