Richard Donnan: New boss appointed by Ulster Bank

By John Campbell
BBC News NI Economics & Business Editor

image source, Ulster Bank
image captionMr Donnan has been with the company for more than 20 years

Ulster Bank has appointed Richard Donnan as its new boss in Northern Ireland.

He is currently the managing director of retail banking for the Ulster Bank group.

Mr Donnan replaces Ellvena Graham, who is becoming a non-executive director of the bank.

She held the position as ‎head of Ulster Bank Northern Ireland since it was created just over two years ago.

Ulster Bank is the largest bank in Northern Ireland and the third largest in the Republic of Ireland.

Its chief executive Jim Brown said: "I would like to wish Ellvena well as she departs her executive role.

"She has always been a positive and energetic influence on the business with a solid understanding of what matters for our people and our business.

"She has also been a great support to me personally."

Mr Donnan has been with Ulster Bank for about 25 years.

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