Ulster Bank appoints new Deputy Chairman

Ulster Bank Group today announced the appointment of Sean Dorgan to the Board of Directors as Deputy Chairman.

Sean Dorgan was Chief Executive of IDA Ireland from 1999 – 2007 and previously held a variety of positions across government departments responsible for industry, commerce, tourism and trade as well as being Chief Executive of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

Commenting on the appointment, Dr Alan Gillespie, Chairman, Ulster Bank Group, said: “I am extremely pleased that Sean Dorgan is joining Ulster Bank as Deputy Chairman. He brings wide experience of business and public policy throughout a distinguished career and is well equipped to contribute advice and guidance to Ulster Bank.”

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