Cecilia Ronan

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Citibank Europe’s assets effectively doubled in size to about $50 billion at the start of 2016 when the group’s United Kingdom-based Citibank International unit was folded into the Dublin operation

Citigroup’s Dublin-based European banking unit, which handed $1.66 billon (€1.5 billion) of excess money on its balance sheet to its parent by way of (...)

Cecilia Ronan: “I told them that I may not necessarily be here until 8 o’clock at night, because I wanted to go home, do the feed and the bath, but I said that what I would do would be of really high quality.” Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Heading towards the lift to her office in the Scott Tallon Walker-designed Citigroup building that fronts on to the Liffey in Dublin, a painting that’(...)

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Ulster Bank has raised €1 billion from its first sale of mortgage-backed bonds in more than a decade, as the lender prepares to parachute a new chief (...)

Galway native Cecilia Ronan is Citi’s first female country officer for Ireland.

J Citigroup has named Galway native Cecilia Ronan as its country officer for Ireland, putting her in charge of the US banking giant’s 2,500 employees(...)

  Daniel Kyne, Aideen Foley, Matthew Hewston, Mairéad McDonough, Margaret Hanlon and Lucy Mangan at the launch of the Pathways to Progress initiative

Charity Enactus Ireland has partnered with global financial services company Citi in a deal worth more than €85,000. The partnership aims to provide(...)

In the fourth quarter of 2013, the firm paid a dividend of $800 million to its parent, Citibank Holdings Ltd.

Pre-tax profits at the main Irish arm of Citibank last year fell by 15 per cent to $823.1 million (€593.2 million).Accounts filed by the Dublin-based (...)