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Senior appointments at RBS International

Senior appointments at RBS International

Friday 20 March 2020

Senior appointments at RBS International

Friday 20 March 2020

RBS International has made a series of senior appointments within its newly revamped Institutional Banking division.

Seán O’Callaghan has been appointed Head of Institutional Banking, leading a team of 34 bankers.

Four bankers have also been appointed to lead the front-line teams. Sally Danvill has been named Head of the Institutional Fulfilment Team while Michelle Andrew, Paul Tandy and Paul Rogan have become Senior Directors.

"The creation of four front line teams enables us to be more proactive in supporting our clients’ long-term strategic goals," Mr O’Callaghan said.

"The four experienced bankers appointed to head up these teams have a deep understanding of the institutional banking market, which is also reflected within the teams they will lead. These teams will deliver a wide range of services from day to day account opening requests through to structuring, negotiating and delivering debt solutions to locally based administrators and fund and asset managers

"As result, we are able to provide an enhanced local focus on the institutional banking market and it ensures we have senior representation from RBS International on the ground in Jersey able to drive speedier decision making.’

Pictured: From left, Michelle Andrew, Paul Tandy, Paul Rogan, Seán O’Callaghan and Sally Danvill.

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