Head of Ulster Bank Northern Ireland: Ellvena Graham
Pre-tax profit: n/a
Part of the Royal Bank of Scotland Group, Ulster Bank is a retail and commercial bank serving its 1.9 million customers across the island of Ireland through a branch, business centre and ATM network with online and mobile banking channels.
It has around 90 branches and sub offices in Northern Ireland but earlier this year announced plans to close seven branches and four sub-offices by June 2013.
In 2012 it made a loss across the island of Ireland of £1.04bn, up 6% on 2012 despite a slight fall in impairment charges. A hefty charge of around £80m to put right last year’s IT glitch, which delayed payments for thousands of Ulster Bank customers, weighed heavy on the final results.
The bank said it has injected £1.5bn in new mortgage lending in Northern Ireland, resulting in more than 15,000 new mortgages in the last year.
Ellvena Graham was appointed Head of Ulster Bank Northern Ireland in March 2013 to “lead Ulster Bank’s engagement with its key stakeholders, including Government, industry bodies and consumer groups.”
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