Philip Harvey promoted to Commercial Head of Private Banking and Intermediary Banking at ABN AMRO Bank Jersey

| July 2, 2014 | 0 Comments
Phil Harvey

TWO banking teams at ABN AMRO Bank Jersey will be brought closer together with the promotion of Philip Harvey to Commercial Head of Private Banking and Intermediary Banking.

Mr Harvey, formerly Head of Intermediary Banking, will look to ensure the successful cooperation between the two departments.

‘My role will be to bring the Private Banking and Intermediary Banking teams closer together, driving synergies between them and coaching and guiding them to make sure that the bank’s commercial targets are met,’ said Mr Harvey.

‘I am looking forward to taking on all of the challenges the new role will bring and ultimately providing the teams with the right tools and environment to be successful, whilst also delivering outstanding personal service tailored to the needs of our local and international clientele.’

Mr Harvey, who was educated at De La Salle College, started his banking career in 1988.

He joined ABN AMRO in 2004 as a senior relationship manager, responsible for intermediary client relationships. In 2007 he was promoted to Head of Intermediary Banking – a position he has held since.

Noel McLaughlin, CFO and Head of Products and Solutions at ABN AMRO Bank Jersey, said Mr Harvey’s experience and expertise would stand him in good stead for this challenging role.

‘In the 10 years that Philip has been with the bank he has shown that he is a very motivated, hard-working and reliable individual. I am confident that he will capably adapt to the changing regulatory environment while growing the customer business,’ said Mr McLaughlin.

Mr Harvey, a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities and Investment, holds an Investment Advice Diploma, Investment Management Certificate, ACI Diploma and ACI Dealing Certificate.

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