Philip Greene, Head of Aircraft Leasing Coverage, HSBC Ireland
In association with Next Generation, Business & Finance highlights notable new appointments at HSBC Ireland, Royal London Ireland and Mazars Ireland.
Philip Greene, Head of Aircraft Leasing Coverage
HSBC Ireland has appointed Philip Greene as Head of Aircraft Leasing Coverage within the Corporate Banking business to meet demand within the thriving sector. The role will be based in Dublin.
Philip will assume responsibility for the provision of dedicated coverage for HSBC’s Irish-based aircraft leasing customers and for driving coordination across HSBC’s product offering.
A former senior manager with Bank of Ireland Corporate Banking, Philip is also a qualified chartered accountant, with 13 years’ experience working in the financial services sector.
CEO of HSBC Ireland Alan Duffy said of the appointment: “Globally, Ireland is seen as a world leader in the area of aircraft leasing. As the industry continues to go from strength to strength, our appointment of Philip as Head of Aircraft Leasing Coverage further bolsters our commitment to supporting those operating within the sector. Philip’s wealth of sectoral knowledge leaves him well placed to drive HSBC’s already strong offering in this area.”
Barry McCutcheon, Proposition Lead
Royal London Ireland
Royal London is delighted to welcome Barry McCutcheon to the business as Proposition Lead, a new role at the firm.
Royal London’s proposition department, headed up by Joe Charles, consists of actuarial, marketing, and proposition specialists and is focused on providing a truly market-leading proposition to the Irish market.
Barry brings extremely strong technical and proposition development expertise as well as a great depth of knowledge of the protection market in Ireland. He joins from Aviva Life & Pensions where he gained many years of experience in marketing, technical and product development roles.
Austin Sammon, Partner
Audit, tax and advisory firm Mazars is growing its capability in the west of Ireland.
In Limerick, Mazars has merged with Maguire Caulfield Browne and in Galway the company has appointed Austin Sammon as Partner.
Austin Sammon joins Mazars with over 16 years’ experience of working with Ireland’s leading companies. He was previously an audit director in a ‘Big Four’ firm. He will provide audit and business advisory services to large and complex organisations.
Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner Mazars, said: “These developments are indicative of our ambition for the future. We are strongly committed to building on our established reputation and growing our footprint and client offering in the mid-west and west.
“Maguire Caulfield Browne fits well with the overall culture of Mazars and we see this as a great opportunity to work with like-minded people. Clients of both firms will greatly benefit from this development as they gain access to an even greater range and depth of experience and skills.”