WEBINAR | Responsible Business Showcase | Ulster Bank
Responsible Business Showcase – a weekly catch up webinar for all our members, to share ideas and challenges and to update you on what is happening at BITC and across the Responsible Business Network.
19 May 2020
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Go to work/don’t go to work – how to achieve your potential during a crisis
Guest Speaker: Terry Robb, Head of Personal Banking, Ulster Bank Northern Ireland
Terry is an experienced leader and has held several senior management roles in Retail, Business Banking and Business Services in Ulster Bank over his 25 year career. He is currently Head of Personal Banking for Ulster Bank Northern Ireland helping to service a customer base of over 500k customers.
Terry is Chair of the NI Regional Board for Ulster Bank and also sits on the Working Group of the Northern Ireland Working Group for UK Finance.
He is an avid support of the Banks various Employee Led Networks who are helping to make Ulster Bank one of the most Diverse and Inclusive Corporates in NI and he fully believes in everyone being able to bring the best of themselves to work.
Outside of work he is involved in several community groups and is currently Treasurer of his local GAA club. In his free time enjoys cycling, walking, golfing, socialising and spending time in Donegal
About the Responsible Business Showcase
The Responsible Business Showcase webinars run once a week (every Tuesday at 2:00pm) for 45mins.
As the challenges facing us from COVID-19 become increasingly clear, there has never been a more important time for BITC to bring our members together. We want to offer our support in the most effective way we can and understand from you what support is needed. Themes for the webinars will include: supporting your communities; supporting the health and wellbeing of your staff; and supporting small business – and we want to hear from you about other topics that you would find beneficial to explore. Email Sonia.firstname.lastname@example.org with your suggestions and feedback.
For more information, contact Sonia Armstrong.