Newry man Mark Crimmins  has been appointed as head of Ulster Bank in Northern Ireland. Mr Crimmins was a former Vice President of Newry Chamber of Commerce.

Mr Crimmins is currently the Regional Managing Director for Business Banking in Northern Ireland and Scotland, will assume Richard Donnan’s responsibilities in Northern Ireland for all business, commercial and corporate banking as well as engaging with external stakeholders. 

Mark Crimmins, new Head of Ulster Bank NI
Mark Crimmins, the new Head of Ulster Bank NI

He will be supported in this work by the bank’s regional board. After 30 years in banking, Richard Donnan, the bank’s current head has decided the time is right to leave Ulster Bank to pursue interests outside banking.

After starting his career in accountancy, he has over 20 years’ experience with Ulster Bank and the Royal Bank of Scotland in a variety of business banking and leadership roles across Ireland and Scotland.

Speaking on his new role Mark Crimmins said “Ulster Bank exists to serve the communities in which we operate, whether that’s helping people own their own home or grow their business and we will continue to improve the ways that we do this. I’m very much looking forward to the role and continuing the great work that’s being done by colleagues across our business.”

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