A typical day will involve a combination of meeting with prospective clients, discussing new lending proposals with senior management, preparing credit applications and engaging with solicitors to complete facility and security documentation.
The diversity. I love meeting with companies across a broad range of different sectors, seeing their passion for the business, listening to the challenges they are facing and their strategies for growth.
The banking industry is heavily regulated and compliance processes can make new business more challenging but that is just a feature of the world we now operate in.
I am proud to be working with very professional colleagues who are committed to building on our No. 1 position in the Irish market. The satisfaction of working in a team that delivers for our clients and plays an important part in the future success of their business is what gets me up in the morning. Having a bit of fun along the way is important as well !
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