Mark Duffy is the chief executive officer of Bank of Scotland (Ireland) (which trades as Halifax in the retail banking market). From Kilmainham, he studied at UCD and has a master's degree in economics and history. Having worked in ICC Bank plc he lectured for three years in Trinity College Dublin before taking up a position at a venture capital company, which was later sold to Anglo Irish Bank. In 1992, he joined the board of Equity Bank, a subsidiary of Capital Bank, and became CEO. Equity Bank and ICC Bank merged to become Bank of Scotland (Ireland) in 2000 and Duffy has been CEO since then
Medical practitioner who is regarded as the father of medicine
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