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Allied Irish Bank (GB) appoints healthcare specialist

Allied Irish Bank (GB) (AIB (GB))* has strengthened its North and Midlands team with the appointment of Richard Henshaw as a Healthcare Relationship Manager. Richard will work with the bank’s Leeds and Nottingham business centres to support healthcare customers across Yorkshire and the East Midlands regions.

Richard has extensive experience working in the healthcare sector spanning over 16 years. He previously worked at the Royal Bank of Scotland as a healthcare specialist but also has experience working as a broker and gained five years’ experience working as a care home operator.

Richard Henshaw, Healthcare Relationship Manager at AIB (GB) said:

“The healthcare sector is very important to the AIB (GB) team and we have big aspirations to expand our customer base. I have worked on both sides as both a healthcare operator and finance provider and believe my sector knowledge and banking experience will add real value to our customers. I am looking forward helping healthcare operators with their growth aspirations and funding requirements.”

Andy Cocker, Business Centre Head at AIB (GB) in Nottingham said:

“Richard is a highly motivated and skilled banker with a wealth of expertise in the healthcare sector. I am delighted to welcome him to the team and to share his knowledge and experience with our customers and staff. The Nottingham team has a strong track record of success and Richard’s addition is sure to enhance our work within the healthcare sector.  Richard will join his colleagues in assisting local businesses to gain access to appropriate funding and contribute to driving economic growth in the East Midlands.”

*The AIB logo, Allied Irish Bank (GB) and Allied Irish Bank (GB) Savings Direct are trademarks used under licence by AIB Group (UK) p.l.c. incorporated in Northern Ireland.  Registered Office: 92 Ann Street, Belfast BT1 3HH.  Registered Number NI018800.  Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority.

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