Bank of Ireland manages some of the Bank’s largest and most prestigious domestic and international clients. We are the No.1 corporate bank in Ireland. Over 70% of international companies setting up in Ireland choose to bank with us. Our teams are located in Dublin, Belfast, London, Paris, Frankfurt and the US.
Bank of Ireland Global Markets is a leading provider of treasury products across the business spectrum, from the large multi-national to the expanding entrepreneur. Global Markets has a full dealing capacity out of Dublin, London, Belfast, and US and provides customers with innovative treasury solutions across the asset classes including currency and interest rate markets, commodities, inflation, pensions, carbon emissions, property, equity and fund markets.
|Vice President, Leveraged Acquisition Finance||3||S - Customer Relationship / Customer Management||Permanent||Customer Focused - Self||Agile - Self||Manage Risk - Self||Accountable - Self||One Group, one team - Self||23631||United States||United States||Corporate Banking and Treasury Services||Description of business unit The Corporate & Treasury Division provides a range of lending products, derivatives and other banking services to major corporations and financial institutions from its offices in Ireland, the UK and the US. The Di...|
|Vice President/Senior VP Leveraged Acquisition Finance||4||P - Professional Specialism||Permanent||Customer Focused - People Manager||One Group, one team - People Manager||Agile - People Manager||Amplify Capability - People Manager||Manage Risk - People Manager||23311||Frankfurt||Germany||Frankfurt, Germany||Corporate Banking and Treasury Services||Description of business unit The Bank of Ireland Global Acquisition Finance Unit was established in 1996 as a specialist acquisition/ leveraged finance unit within the Corporate Banking division. The team is engaged in arranging and underwriting a...|
|Manager, Technology, Media & Telecoms, Corporate Banking UK||3||S - Customer Relationship / Customer Management||Permanent||Customer Focused - Self||Manage Risk - Self||One Group, one team - Self||Accountable - Self||Champion Transformation - Self||23816||London||England||United Kingdom||London, England, United Kingdom||Corporate Banking and Treasury Services||Description of business unit Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking manages some of the Bank's largest and most prestigious domestic and international names. Corporate Banking Ireland & UK ('CBI&UK') is responsible for large corporations includ...|
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