Thursday night Ulster Bank had double success at the Business in the Community NI Awards.
The Awards recognise and celebrate local companies demonstrating innovation, creativity and a sustained commitment to responsible business practice
Ulster Bank’s MoneySense for Schools received a special award from the judges in the Community Impact category. The judges praised the bank’s long-standing commitment to MoneySense in helping young people learn about responsible financial management.
More success followed when Ulster Bank was announced as overall winner of the Sustained Impact Award for the wide range of community investment, employee giving and volunteering programmes which Ulster Bank supports.
There to receive the awards were Richard Ennis, Head of Business Credit NI, Pauline McKiernan, Corporate Sustainability Manager, and Jill Smyth, Head of MoneySense.
Accepting the Award, Pauline said “We are delighted that our work in the corporate responsibility area has received this recognition. Our employees continually give of their time to support our local communities and charities, and Ulster Bank has always encouraged that spirit of community involvement. This Award is a strong endorsement of what we’ve been doing in our local communities in Northern Ireland for many years”