Allied Irish

This is a financial services group operating predominantly in the Republic of Ireland and the UK. The organization was formed in 1966 as a new company that acquired three Irish banks: Provincial Bank of Ireland (established 825), the Royal Bank of Ireland (established 1836), and the Munster & Leinster Bank (established 1885).

The company has been working since late 2016 to design a new career model for all levels across the organisation. This model will replace their traditional and complex grading structure and introduce transparent and consistent career levels and reward structures with the aim of facilitating employee mobility across the organisation, empowering employees to own their own development and building a stronger talent pipeline for the future.

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