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Changes at the top for BoI

Bank of Ireland has made changes to its senior management team. It has promoted Des Crowley from chief executive of retail financial services Ireland to chief executive of UK financial services.

Richie Boucher, currently chief executive in corporate banking, will replace Crowley as chief executive of RFSI and will also join the executive committee.

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