Corporate markets chief set to leave bank
Ulster Bank's chief executive of corporate markets is to leave the bank.
Robert Gallagher advised the board this week of his intention, having served in the role for around six years.
He joined the corporate markets division of the bank from AIB in 2005 and was appointed to the board in the same year.
Ulster Bank chairman Sean Dorgan thanked Mr Gallagher for his commitment and wished him success in the future.
He said: "Robert has provided strong leadership to the corporate markets division and has made a significant contribution to the board of the bank."
Mr Gallagher is currently president of the Irish Banking Federation and will continue in this role to the end of his term in December.