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Santander Strengthens Support for NI Businesses with Recruitment of Local Credit Partner

Santander Corporate & Commercial has strengthened its local team with the recent recruitment of Keith McCleane.

Santander Corporate & Commercial has strengthened its local team with the recent recruitment of Keith McCleane, as Credit Partner for Northern Ireland. Keith joins the Belfast team in their recently acquired Belfast premises Imperial House, Donegall Square East. 

This forms part of Santander’s strategic plan to grow and demonstrates its commitment supporting businesses in Northern Ireland. The recruitment follows significant growth by the Corporate and Commercial Banking team in Northern Ireland. Santander has increased lending to businesses across the UK by an average of 20% per year over the last four years. 

Peter Torrens, Regional Director for Northern Ireland, Santander Corporate & Commercial, said: “We are delighted to have secured Keith given his wealth of experience in the local banking market. The appointment ties in with our current expansion plans for NI.” 

For further information on the range of services available from Santander Corporate contact Business Development Director for Northern Ireland, Andrew Fraser on 07702998660 or andrew.fraser@santander.co.uk or visit www.santandercb.co.uk

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