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Richard Ramsey, Chief Economist, Northern Ireland, Ulster Bank

Views, insight, comment and updates on the Northern Ireland economy and wider economic issues by Richard Ramsey.

Richard Ramsey is Chief Economist, Northern Ireland, at Ulster Bank. He was a member of the Northern Ireland Finance Minister’s Ministerial Advisory Council on Public Sector Reform (June 2014 – June 2016), and is a member of the Department of Finance’s Statistics Advisory Committee.

Before joining Ulster Bank, Richard spent 10 years in the public sector – including spells as Principal Economist at the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment (DETI) and with Invest NI. He also held a number of economist posts within the Department of Finance & Personnel. Richard is a graduate of Loughborough University with a BSc in Economics & Human Geography and an MSc in European Economics and Finance.

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