Kathryn Spain is the head of European equity sales in North America for Credit Suisse. Currently based in New York, she previously managed the international distribution platform for the western U.S. out of San Francisco for 12 years. Prior to Credit Suisse, she held positions with Investec Asset Management, Barings Asset Management, and Bank ofRead more..
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Tony is Bank of Ireland’s U.S. Country Manager; he joined the bank in 2011 after moving to New York.Bank of Ireland operates a Corporate Banking and Markets and Treasury business in the U.S. through its branch in Stamford, C.T., and representative offices in New York, Chicago, and Los Angeles. Its NYC Innovation Lab supports theRead more..
Tony Dunne is Bank of Ireland’s U.S. Country Manager; he joined the Bank in 2011 after moving to New York, and has overall responsibility for all of the Group activities in the U.S. He also holds the position of the U.S. branch’s Chief Operating Officer. Bank of Ireland operates in the U.S. through its branchRead more..
The American investor and businessman Wilbur Ross, Jr. led a consortium of investors who took a stake in Bank of Ireland in 2011 in order to reduce the risk the Irish state had to take. The investment also helped restore investor confidence in the ability of Ireland’s economy to recover. For his efforts, Ross wasRead more..
Joe Connolly is executive vice president and head of Business Development for Bank of Ireland’s U.S. Branch. In this role he and his team are responsible for identifying and establishing relationships with the many U.S. multinationals operating in Ireland. Regarding his role, he says “U.S. foreign direct investment is a key part of the IrishRead more..
October 13, 2002: The third class of George J. Mitchell Scholars arrived in Ireland for a year of study at institutions throughout the island. While here they will volunteer for the 2003 Special Olympics World Summer Games, which take place from June 16-29. Bank of Ireland, premier sponsor of the games, has been a strongRead more..