ABN AMRO bank Jersey has promoted Patrick Crowley to the position of country executive.
Crowley will head up the strategic development and growth of ABM AMRO in Jersey, ensuring the smooth running of top end solutions for clients and intermediaries.
He joined ABN AMRO in 2001 as business development manager before being promoted to head of private banking.
Prior to joining the firm, Crowley held senior positions at AIB Bank, Channel Islands, BNP and Bank of Nova Scotia.
Chairman of the ABN AMRO Jersey Management Committee, he is also a chartered member of The Indus Entrepreneurs Association UK, an associate of Bankers in Ireland and a fellow of the Securities and Investment Institute.
"ABN AMRO Private Banking has enjoyed considerable success over the years and our Jersey branch has been an integral part of this," he says.
Celebrating 35 years in Jersey at the beginning of 2009, ABN AMRO is the longest established Continental European bank on the island, according to Crowley.
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