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Seniors Money appointment
Seniors Money has announced that Thelma Percy has been promoted to the position of operations manager of its Legal Team. Percy’s previous experience lies in the financial services industry. Prior to joining Seniors Money, she worked for over three years as a team leader in Abbey National Offshore. Seniors Money has also promoted Joe Molloy to the position of operations manager of the administration team at its headquarters in Dublin. Going forward, Molloy’s primary responsibilities will include ensuring that the highest standards of customer service are delivered to the Seniors Money client base and the continuation of the company’s commitment to excellent Customer Service.

Burke appointed EFRP director
Patrick Burke has been elected as a director of the EFRP for Ireland. He takes over from Nora Finn who served as a director for four years. Burke is head of investment development at Irish Life Investment Managers and vice chairman of the Irish Association of Pension Funds (IAPF).

Chairman Jaap Maassen congratulated the new Director with his appointment and expressed tribute to the departing director. ‘Nora has been an outstanding director. It has been very interesting and enriching to work with her. I am sure Nora will continue to support EFRP’s work and would like to thank her for her hard work’.

New partners for Mason Hayes+Curran
The appointment of Gerard Ryan, John Minihane and Ronnie Neville as partners at business law firm, Mason Hayes+Curran, reflects the growth areas of the Irish economy and follows on from the appointment of six new partners earlier in the year.

Gerard Ryan has been appointed partner in the corporate department. He has significant experience in all aspects of corporate law with particular emphasis on acquisitions and disposals, venture capital investments (for investors and companies), joint ventures and shareholder agreements. John Minihane has been appointed partner in the real estate department. He has extensive experience in the commercial real estate market acting for developers, state bodies, pension funds, banks, investment syndicates, occupiers and private individuals.

Ronnie Neville has also been appointed as a partner practicing in employment law. He advises in both contentious and non-contentious law related matters with a particular focus on equality related issues.

Doyle joins Maples and Calder
Prominent Irish corporate lawyer, Andrew Doyle, has joined Maples and Calder as partner in the firm’s rapidly expanding Dublin office. Doyle joined the firm from Matheson Ormsby Prentice as a managing partner of the Dublin office.

Doyle is one of Ireland’s leading corporate lawyers. He is a member of the Irish Venture Capital Association and the Negotiated Acquisitions Committee of the ABA. He regularly advises major Irish and international companies on corporate and private equity transactions including Boundary Capital, NTR Group plc, Setanta Sports, Veris plc and Philips Electronics.

New chair of the Financial Services Consultative Consumer Panel
The T?naiste and Minister for Finance Mr. Brian Cowen T.D. has appointed Raymond O’Rourke as chairman of the Financial Services Consultative Consumer Panel in place of Brendan Burgess, who resigned on the 18 October, 2007. O’Rourke has been a member of the Consumer Panel since 2004 and is an experienced consumer lawyer with EU experience.

New chief executives at IL&P
Irish Life & Permanent plc (IL&P) has appointed David Guinane as chief executive of permanent tsb bank – the Group’s banking business, while Gerry Hassett has been appointed as chief executive of Irish Life (Retail), a key operating division of the Group’s life and pensions business.

Guinane has worked at permanent tsb since 1985. Currently general manager - sales at the bank, he formerly led the bank’s intermediaries and commercial divisions. He is a former managing director of Capital Home Loans, the bank’s UK mortgage business.

Hassett has worked at Irish Life since 1987. He is currently general manager - business development where he is responsible for bancassurance in permanent tsb branches, partnership arrangements with 3rd party institutions and the Irish Life Financial Planning sales force.

New partner at BCM
Mary Dunne has been announced as a new partner in its constructiuon and projects department at solicitors BCM Hanby Wallace. Dunne was head of legal with the National Development Finance Agency prior to her appointment.

IACT life members
The Irish Association of Corporate Treasurers (IACT) has awarded life membership of the association to three of its members. Jimmy Doyle, treasury director, Bank of Scotland (Ireland), Dr Michael Somers, chief executive of National Treasury Management Agency, and John Walsh, IAWS, have all been made permanent members of the organisation.

The IACT represents over 350 members across corporate, banking, academic and consulting finance professionals in Ireland. The association, which has been at the forefront of developing Treasury as a profession in Ireland, and is active in promoting Ireland as a location for international treasury operations, is celebrating its 21st anniversary this year.

Accenture appointments
Consulting, technology and outsourcing service provider Accenture has appointed a number of new senior executives. Billy O’Connell and Andrew O’Connor have been appointed financial services senior executives; Anthony Byrne has been appointed senior executive in resources; Jane Dawson-Howe will be an executive in business processing outsourcing; while Pat Power will be responsible for the firm’s public sector clients.

New CFO at BNP
Michael Bermingham has been unveiled as the new chief financial officer in Ireland of BNP Paribas. Bermingham is based at the bank’s head office in the IFSC and reports to Lionel Tostivint, chief operating officer.

Bermingham joins BNP Paribas with over 18 years of experience, most recently from Fortis Group in Dublin, where he was an executive director, responsible for the strategic and commercial development of the merchant banking - corporate and institutional banking business line since 2000. In his role at BNP Paribas, Bermingham will combine responsibility for tax and finance within corporate and investment banking following the retirement of Tom Woulfe.

Genesis board expands
Declan McSweeney, former chief financial officer of AIB, has been nominated to the board of aviation finance firm Genesis Lease Limited. McSweeney’s appointment comes as the company has sought to expand its number of board members from five to eight. McSweeney is currently the CFO of Home Credit Group and a member of the Board of Directors of Home Credit B.V.

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