New chief executive appointed to KBC Bank Ireland

Peter Roebben set to take over from Wim Verbraeken, who will move to Brussels office

Peter Roebben: described KBC Bank Ireland as a ‘a digital front runner’

Peter Roebben: described KBC Bank Ireland as a ‘a digital front runner’

Peter Roebben has been appointed as the new chief executive of KBC Bank Ireland, assuming the role from Wim Verbraeken, who will return to the Belgian bank’s head office in Brussels.

Mr Roebben (52), who is currently a senior general manager of group credit risk at KBC Group’s head office in Brussels, described KBC Bank Ireland as a “a digital front runner within the KBC Group” and he is “relishing the opportunity of coming to Dublin”.

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