Four regional directors hired at Allied Irish Bank

Allied Irish is targeting the business market across the UK. Picture: Sion Touhig/Getty Images
Allied Irish is targeting the business market across the UK. Picture: Sion Touhig/Getty Images
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Allied Irish Bank (GB) has unveiled four new regional directors, including one for Scotland, under a drive to support business growth across the UK.

Billy Macleod will be responsible for Scotland and north England, while regional bosses have also been appointed for north-west England, London and the Midlands.

Prior to joining AIB (GB), Macleod was Clydesdale Bank’s head of business development for the east coast of Scotland. He is a board member of West Lothian Chamber of Commerce.

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Ger O’Keeffe, head of AIB (GB) said: “AIB is committed to ensuring that businesses have access to capital wherever they are in Britain.

“These exceptional appointments, all of whom have in-depth knowledge of their local business communities, will substantially strengthen our ability to support growing companies across the country.”