Tweedy, who joined Ulster Bank earlier this week, is responsible for the mortgage collections and recoveries activity in the Republic of Ireland. The role was created as part of a restructure within the bank’s risk division.
Tweedy left Co-operative Bank lending subsidiary Platform in May after 13 years service.
In March this year he was placed on secondment to another role within the Co-operative Bank, where he worked on the bank’s bid for the 630 Lloyds Banking Group branches up for sale.
Prior to his second stint at Platform – his first was between 1993 and 1997 as it’s chief executive – Tweedy was the executive director of operations and IT for specialist lender The Money Store.