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Stories from Corporate Banking and Treasury Services

Lee Evans

Corporate & Institutional Sales


 

What does a day in Bank of Ireland look like?

The day typically day starts at 7:30am; I come in and get up to speed on what’s been going on in world markets – this has been ingrained from my days in FX Trading – and investigate any customer emails or queries so I can be up-to-speed before the day begins.

The team have a morning huddle to briefly discuss any significant upcoming deals and then we get down to work. We deal with customers’ treasury needs which can be everything from FX and Cash Deposits to Interest Rate and Fuel hedging.

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What's the best thing about your job?

What I like most about my job is the atmosphere in the office. It's loud and busy and there are a variety of things going on at all times.

What challenges you in your job? 

The biggest challenge is the ever-changing, dynamic environment; relationship management is the cornerstone of our business but knowledge of world markets, how the different products work, regulation and documentation all provide an opportunity to develop and enhance my skill set.

What gets you up in the morning?

In eight years I’ve never got used to the early mornings but for energetic people who are looking to broaden their knowledge, this is a great environment to work in!

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