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Who’s who in Finance: Paul Finnerty, Partner, KPMG Corporate Finance Back  
 
Paul Finnerty
Paul Finnerty


Partner
KPMG Corporate Finance

Current responsibilities: Responsible for project finance / PPP assignments

E-mail: paul.finnerty@kpmg.ie

Education: Third level: Dublin City University, BBS (Hons), 1985; Second level: St Paul’s College, Raheny; Other qualifications: FCA (Fellow member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland)

Professional memberships: Member of Dublin Chamber of Commerce Transport Group and Project Finance sub committee

Career progress: I trained with KPMG and transferred to the corporate finance department in 1989. In 1995-1996 I worked as financial adviser to the secretary of the now named Department of Transport (DOT). In 1997 I was appointed acting finance director of Waterford Foods during its merger with Avonmore Foods to create Glanbia plc. Appointed partner in KPMG Corporate Finance in 1998 with responsibility for the development of project Finance / PPP service offering.

Special projects: Currently engagement partner on the team providing financial advice to the National Roads Authority on their PPP projects. Client partner on the Dublin Metro PPP Project. Financial adviser on many property financing transactions and active in renewable energy and waste sector financing activity.

Awards: Awarded Chairman’s Medal on graduation from DCU Business School.
Personal: Date of birth: 24 December 1963; Place of birth: England; Family: Wife - Patricia Muldoon, three children, James, Conor, Lucy

Social & sporting memberships: Golf, Sutton Golf Club

Interests: GAA, Golf, Reading, Astronomy, Politics

Recommended books: Barbarians at the gate (still a great read); Jesse Livermore, Reminiscences of a stock market speculator (but how did he lose all that money?). Anything by J.M. Coetzee; No Great Mischief, Alex McLeod; Rising Sun, John McGahern.

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