Aon’s global chief procurement officer has left the international broker and has returned to Bank of Ireland as its new COO.
Lewis Love takes up his new role today as he also becomes part of the bank’s group executive committee, the Irish Times
Bank of Ireland chief executive Richie Bouchers said Love would bring “extensive experience” to his position.
“Group manufacturing plays a critical role in the functioning of the Bank of Ireland group and the serving of our customers,” Bouchers said a note to the company staff, as reported by the Irish Times.
“I know that you will join with me in welcoming Lewis to his very important role . . . helping manage our businesses today and shaping our group for the future.”
Love spent the past eight years at Aon. In his most recent role, he was responsible for the management of global procurement, global real estate, shared service strategy and certain captive activities, according to the Irish Times
He previously worked at Bank of Ireland for more than three years as head of asset and liability management, with responsibility for capital management, securitisation and funding.
A laywer by training, Love held worked for several New York law firms and later held roles at Westpac Banking Corporation, Washington Mutual and Barclays Bank.
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