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Who’s who in finance: Pat Lardner, Director - Head of Institutional Business, Ireland, Bank of Ireland Asset Management Limited. Back  
 
PPat Lardner
Director - Head of Institutional Business, Ireland, Bank of Ireland Asset Management Limited.

Current responsibilities: All aspects of the ongoing service provided to domestic pension fund, charity & corporate customers as well as business development.

E-mail: pat.lardner@biam.boi.ie

Education: Third level: UCD, Bachelor of Commerce Degree, 1990; UCD, Master of Business Studies Degree (Banking & Finance), 1991; Second level: Naas C.B.S.

Professional memberships: Irish Association of Pension Funds: Council Member and Chairman of the Investment Committee; Irish Association of Investment Managers: Director.

Career progress: 1991-1993: Lloyds Private Banking, Graduate Development Programme; 1993-1998: Ulster Bank Investment Managers, Client Service Manager / Business Analyst / Project Manager; 1999 - to date: Bank of Ireland Asset Management, variety of relationship management and project roles / appointed to current role in May 2001.

Special projects: Lloyds Bank - Operational Review of Tax Planning Business; UBIM Business Process Review & Front office systems implementation / Development of CRM System & Client Reporting Modules/Euro Transition; BIAM CRM deployment/service process improvement & change management programme / significant new business acquisition.

Personal: Date of birth: 02/06/1968; Place of birth: New York City; Family: Married to Sin?ad, 4 Children : Kate (5), Se?n (3), Aoife (11⁄2) & Aisling (3 months).

Social & sporting memberships: Blackrock Tennis Club, ESB Sportsco, Glencullen Golf Club.

Interests: GAA, rugby, golf & trying to keep up with the kids.

Recommended books: Business: Only the Paranoid Survive : How to Exploit the Crisis Points That Challenge Every Company; Non-business: More than a Game, selected sporting essays by Con Houlihan.

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