Allied Irish Bank announces new head for Bristol and South West

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James Penman

Allied Irish Bank (GB) is pleased to announce the appointment of James Penman as the Business Centre Leader for the Bristol and South West region.

James previously worked at Principality Commercial, Bank of Ireland, Royal Bank of Scotland and Barclays and has extensive experience working with Commercial and Corporate customers across the region over the last 15 years.

In his new role at Allied Irish Bank (GB), James is responsible for the Bristol and South West region which includes a team of relationship and business development managers focused on hotel, healthcare, manufacturing and professional services sectors as well as dedicated on the ground support staff.  He will report into Regional Director Mark Medd and will be based in the bank’s Bristol office.

James Penman, Business Centre Leader at Allied Irish Bank (GB) in Bristol and South West said: “I am delighted to join the team at Allied Irish Bank (GB) and am looking forward to working with customers to support their business growth aspirations and day to day working capital needs.

“I am very focused on working in partnership with business owners to understand their companies and to support their business strategies. By working together we can tailor the right financial packages and I am looking forward to working across a broad spectrum of customers and sectors.”

Mark Medd, Regional Director in the South at Allied Irish Bank (GB) added: “The Bristol and South West team have a strong track record of success and pipeline of deal activity and James’ addition to lead the team is sure to enhance this further.

“I would like to extend a warm welcome to James and look forward to leveraging his experience to grow our business across Bristol and the South West.”

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