Lloyds Bank has promoted Madeleine McDougall to acting head of commercial real estate as John Feeney becomes acting head of global corporates.
Feeney has been appointed to the new role at Lloyds, following the departure of Clare Francis from the bank.
Meanwhile, McDougall, who was head of institutional real estate, has been appointed as the acting global head of commercial real estate, taking over Feeney’s role.
Feeney has held the role of global head of commercial real estate, which is part of the global corporates business, since joining the group from Henderson Global Investors in May 2013.
During the last four years Feeney has led the transformation of the group’s commercial real estate business. Prior to this, he spent eight years at Bank of America Merrill Lynch in a variety of senior roles across Europe and Asia.
McDougall was previously the head of institutional real estate, and a key member of Feeney’s senior team since joining the group in November 2014.
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