RBC Centura appoints chief risk officer

RBC Centura, a US retail banking subsidiary of Royal Bank of Canada, has appointed Andrea Bolger as its new chief credit and risk officer. She replaces Graham McLachlan, who has relocated to Vancouver as RBC’s regional president.

Bolger joined RBC in 1981 as a financial analyst in the corporate control department. She was most recently chief strategy officer for RBC Investments. She has also served as a vice-president of risk assessment and approval in RBC’s risk management unit, where she was responsible for assessing the credit quality of companies in the consumer finance, investment management, hedge funds and public sector industries. She also oversaw the risk aspects of the bank's global equity derivatives business, said RBC.

RBC Centura operates in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, Georgia and Florida.

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