June 28, 2017 7:32 AM ET


Company Overview of Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking

Company Overview

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking provides professional banking services to corporate clients. The company also provides banking and related financial services, including treasury, eBanking, and escrow agency services. It serves Irish and multinational companies operating in Ireland. The company is based in Dublin, Ireland. Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking operates as a subsidiary of The Governor and Company of the Bank of Ireland.

40 Mespil Road

Dublin,  4



353 1 637 8000


353 76 623 4786

Key Executives for Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking

Chief Executive Officer
Managing Director of Global Acquisition Finance - UK
Managing Director of New Infrastructure Fund
Head of New Retail and Leisure Sector
Head of Telecoms Media & Technology Team
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking Key Developments

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking Announces Executive Changes

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking has announced the appointment of Peter Mullen to the position of Head of Leveraged Acquisition Finance. Peter brings to his new role a wealth of experience in the mid-market leveraged finance sector and will have teams based in London, Paris, Frankfurt, Stamford Connecticut, Chicago Illinois as well as support functions in Dublin. Peter joined Bank of Ireland in 2006 to establish its Syndicated Finance team that is responsible for the co-ordination, underwriting and distribution of transactions primarily in the leveraged loan market. Prior to joining Bank of Ireland, Peter spent 8 years at Societe Generale in London and New York where he was a Director in the leveraged loan syndicate group. Paul McKenna will replace Peter Mullen as Head of Syndications. Paul joined Bank of Ireland in 2013 and has worked closely with Peter to help deliver a very successful underwriting capability. Paul is a former Head of Leveraged Syndications and Debt Advisory with ING and brings significant capital markets experience to this role.

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking Appoints Peter Mullen as Head of Leveraged Acquisition Finance

Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking has appointed Peter Mullen as its head of leveraged acquisition finance. Prior to this appointment, Mullen worked for Bank of Ireland as its head of syndicated finance. He has also worked with Societe Generale and The Chase Manhattan bank.

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