The management and staff of IOB, together with the IOB Belfast Committee, would like to mark the retirement of Ken Kennedy from Ulster Bank, and to acknowledge his huge contribution to IOB throughout his career.
A Fellow of IOB, Ken is Head of Financial Crime with Ulster Bank Conduct and Regulatory Affairs, with responsibilities across the island of Ireland. He is a career banker with over 43 years’ experience having started with Ulster Bank in 1979.
Ken has had an association with IOB throughout his career at both a Regional and National level as a past member of Council, previous Chair of the Membership Services Committee and past Chair of the Belfast Regional committee.
“On behalf of the IOB Belfast Regional Committee, I would like to wish Ken a long, healthy and very happy retirement. Ken has been a long serving member of the Committee and will be missed by all his colleagues.
Collectively, we would like to thank Ken for the significant contribution that he has made throughout his career to the promotion of lifelong learning across the industry in Northern Ireland.
I would also like to personally thank Ken for the support and guidance that he has shown me over the past 2 years.
Lynsey Hughes, Chair, IOB Belfast Regional Committee
Ken always seemed to arrive to the IOB offices laden with chocolate and his signature good humour. Thank you very much Ken for your support, energy and commitment to IOB.