Martin Fish

MARTIN Fish has been promoted to associate director with Bank of Scotland Corporate in Ipswich.In his new role, Mr Fish will be responsible for the banking requirements of a number of the bank's corporate customers but will focus mainly on business development and building relationships with Suffolk firms with an annual turnover of more than £1million.

MARTIN Fish has been promoted to associate director with Bank of Scotland Corporate in Ipswich.

In his new role, Mr Fish will be responsible for the banking requirements of a number of the bank's corporate customers but will focus mainly on business development and building relationships with Suffolk firms with an annual turnover of more than £1million.

He has 12 years' banking experience and moved to Bank of Scotland, Ipswich, in 2005. He is one of an eight-strong management team at the Princes Street office, providing a full range of banking services and products to corporate businesses.

Bruce Robertson, director at Ipswich, said: “Martin has worked in Ipswich for two years and in that time he has gained the respect of our customers and the professional community with whom we deal. This promotion is well deserved and is a reflection of Martin's expertise and experience gained through his years in corporate banking.”


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