Posts Tagged ‘Finance’

Kevin Kelleher

Kevin Kelleher recently assumed the role of chief operating officer of Sony Music Entertainment after serving as the company’s chief financial officer for over 20 years. Since he joined Sony Music in 1992, he has helped actively manage the company’s worldwide operations through the changing music landscape. Throughout his tenure he has played a leading roleRead more..

Ciarán Hynes

Ciarán Hynes is a founder and managing partner at COSIMO Ventures, a deep tech investment firm with offices in Boston, Dublin, New York, and Hong Kong. He also sits on the boards of emerging technology companies including the leading Fintech company Gecko Governance, a blockchain-based regulation and compliance platform for the funds industry and Lingar,Read more..

First Word: Profit and Loss

…and empowering women to take control of their financial futures. ℘℘℘ Profiling so many successful Irish people working in the financial industry has me questioning my own relationship with money. I don’t ever remember anyone talking to me about investing when I was a student. The nun who was supposed to teach us about bookkeepingRead more..

Ireland Looks to Finances in 2025

Ireland’s Minister of State for Financial Services and Insurance, Michael D’Arcy, was in New York City on July 28 to launch the “Ireland for Finance” five-year strategy plan at a breakfast at the Irish Consulate, attended by representatives from top financial firms based in New York and Dublin.  In order to achieve the goals laidRead more..

The Irish Budget Includes Measures for Brexit and
Mental Health

In his second budget as Minister of Finance Pascal Donohue in the Dail on October 9, spending plans totaling €66.5bn for the coming year. €59.3bn of that will be on current expenditure and €7.3bn on Capital spending. He opened his speech by calling Brexit the “economic and diplomatic challenge of our generation.” He said thatRead more..

The 21st Annual Wall
Street 50 Gala Celebration

“We always try to evoke the spirit of the ancestors on occasions like this, and what better way to remember their journey and how they came to love An Talamh Nua – The New Land – than to have an immigrant sing a song written by another immigrant?” Thus began the 21st annual Wall StreetRead more..

Eileen Murray:
An American Success Story

Is the American Dream still attainable? Eileen Murray thinks so. She herself is a prime example that hard work, a sense of humor, and perseverance can get you there. ℘℘℘ Every inspiring story has a starting point. And Eileen Murray’s story begins in the Dyckman Housing project in Inwood, a neighborhood on the northernmost tip ofRead more..

Irish America Announces Kathleen Lynch as 17th Annual Wall Street 50 Keynote Speaker

Now in its 17th year, the Irish America Wall Street 50 recognizes the best and brightest Irish-American and Irish-born leaders in the financial industry today. This year’s distinguished honorees will be profiled in the 2014 Wall Street 50 special edition of Irish America, to be released in early-September, and will be feted at the 17th Annual Wall Street 50Read more..

2013 Wall Street 50 Dinner Highlights Reel

Photos from the 2013 Wall Street 50

On September 12, 2013, Irish America magazine celebrated the 16th Annual Wall Street 50 awards. The Wall Street 50 honors the best and brightest Irish-American leaders in finance, celebrated in the October/November 2013 issue of Irish America. At this year’s awards dinner, Irish America was delighted to welcome Jim O’Donnell, Managing Director and Global Head ofRead more..