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Changes to senior management team at Bank of Ireland

Bank of Ireland today announced changes to its senior management team.

Des Crowley, currently chief executive, retail financial services Ireland has been appointed chief executive, UK financial services.

Richie Boucher, currently chief executive, corporate banking, will replace Des Crowley as chief executive RFSI. Richie will also join the group executive committee.

These changes take place with effect from January 1 2006. UKFS chief executive Roy Keenan,concludes his secondment in that role at the end of the year.

He will work on a number of group projects, based in Dublin, with the group chief executive, Brian Goggin, in the first quarter of 2006 and will retire on March 31 2006.

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