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Richard Donnan as chief execu- tive, retail markets. Donnan has over 22 years’ experience in the financial services industry, having joined Ulster Bank in 1989. He has held a number of senior roles, including regional manager in both personal and business banking in Northern Ireland, and, most recently, as managing director, personal banking across the island of Ireland. He is a graduate mem- ber of the Institute of Bankers and has the professional bank- ing diploma. He also holds a business studies degree and an executive MBA from Queen’s University, Belfast.


CEO, Tullow Oil, John Herlihy, vice-president of advertiser operations, Google, and Rónán Murphy, senior partner, Pr icewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) to its Irish advisory board. All four are UCD Business School graduates. Carey has almost 30 years’


experience in the food industry in Ireland and the UK. He began his entrepreneurial life in 2002 when he established JFFG. He won the Irish Ernst & Young Industry Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2005. Heavey has played a key role


in the development of Tullow Oil. He is also a director of Traidlinks, an Irish-based charity that develops and pro- motes enterprise in the devel- oping world, particularly Africa. Murphy joined PwC in 1980


18. Michael Carey, Aidan Heavey, John Herlihy and Rónán Murphy, members, UCD Smurfit Graduate Business School Irish advisory board


UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School has appointed Michael Carey, executive chair- man, Jacob Fruitfield Food Group (JFFG), Aidan Heavey,


and was admitted to the part- nership in 1992, following a two-year secondment to PwC in Boston. He was appointed as the partner in charge of the firm’s assurance practice in 2003 and has been senior part- ner since 2007. Based at the EMEA head-


quarters in Dublin, Herlihy joined Google in 2005 as European director of online sales & operations. Previously, he held senior management positions at First Data, PeopleSoft, Adobe Systems and Oracle.


19. Alan Flanagan, head of global product management, BNY Mellon Alternative Investment Services (AIS)


BNY Mellon Alternative Investment Services (AIS) has named Alan Flanagan as head of global product management. Since June 2010 Flanagan has served as interim head of AIS global product management, while continuing to manage the group’s private equity adminis- tration product set. He also was primary lead for the European integration of the PNC Global Investment Servicing business, acquired by BNY Mellon in July 2010, and has been instrumen- tal in developing plans for the BNY Mellon and GIS bank- ing entities in Ireland and Luxembourg. A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, he joined BNY Mellon in 2008.


20. Michael Hand, CEO, Grangegorman Development Agency


Michael Hand has joined the Grangegorman Development Agency as chief executive offi- cer. Hand is a civil engineer by profession and is a chartered engineer and a chartered director. His previous roles include managing director of engineering for Ireland at WYG


and executive chairman and managing director of PH McCarthy Consulting Engineers.


21. Phil McGowan, senior vice-president and head of private equity and real estate services, EMEA, State Street Corporation


Phil McGowan has been appointed to the position of sen- ior vice-president and head of private equity and real estate services for Europe,Middle East and Africa at State Street Corporation. He joins the com- pany fromHFX Capital where he was chief operating officer for the alternative investment dis- tribution and sales efforts. He headed up Investors Bank and Trust Company (IBT) in Dublin prior to its acquisition by State Street in 2007. After the acquisi- tion, he was charged with over- seeing the integration of IBT’s Irish operation into State Street.


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