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Keith Kelly appointed Citizens Bank Rhode Island president

Citizens Financial Group, Inc. recently named Keith Kelly as Citizens Bank Rhode Island President.

Kelly has worked in Rhode Island for 21 years and lives in Barrington. He has led Citizens’ corporate banking team in Rhode Island for the past four years and will continue in that capacity.

Kelly has long been active in the community and currently serves as chairman of the board for HopeHealth. He is also on the boards of the United Way of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Bankers Association.

Kelly succeeds Marc Paulhus, who will continue in his role as Head of Citizens’ national Asset Finance business. Marc will be relocating back to Chicago and will focus on the asset finance business, an important area for Citizens Commercial Banking.

As Rhode Island state president, Kelly will join the company’s Head of Corporate Affairs and Rhode Island Market Executive, Barbara Cottam, in leading Citizens’ engagement with civic, business and community leaders across the state, where Citizens is a market leader and employs more than 5,300 colleagues.

Keith Kelly is appointed Citizens Bank Rhode Island president

PROVIDENCE — Citizens Financial Group has named Keith Kelly, of Barrington, as Citizens Bank Rhode Island president. Kelly joined Citizens Bank in September 2010 after working as a vice president for two years at Washington Trust. Most recently he served as Citizens’ senior vice president responsible for overseeing corporate banking activities as well as its not-for-profit activities in Rhode Island, Southeastern Massachusetts and Southeastern Connecticut. He will continue to lead the corporate banking team in Rhode Island, which focuses on companies with revenue between $25 million and $800 million. Kelly succeeds Marc Paulhus, who will continue in his role as head of Citizens’ national asset finance business and will relocate to Chicago.

Kelly currently serves as chairman of the board for HopeHealth, which provides hospice and home health services, and he is also on the boards of the United Way of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island Bankers Association. He graduated with a degree in accounting and economics from Ohio Wesleyan University and received his MBA from the University of Miami.

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