The banking corporation has chosen a new IT boss, replacing its outgoing group executive of business and technology solutions and services.Diane Sias, who joins the company from consultants McKinsey where she worked for four years, will take over the role from current IT head Michael Coomer, set to retire at the end of this month.
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