Client Services Director
Joe MolonyJoe has over 17 years’ experience in the share registration industry, having joined Computershare in 1998. Joe has recently been promoted to Client Services Director, having previously held the position of Senior Manager of the Corporate Actions and Dividends teams, a position held since 2001. Joe is Computershare’s Irish representative on various working groups focusing on best practice within the industry, EU harmonisation and dematerialisation. Such groups include the Irish Market Advisory Committee, the Irish Central Bank National User Group and the Irish Market Implementation Forum. Joe has been responsible for a number of high profile corporate actions and the set-up of our international cross-listing clients.
Head of Fund Services, Ireland
Barry SavilleBarry has worked at Computershare for 14 years. He leads the Fund Servicing Team in Ireland, and for the past 10 years, he's managed the steady growth in this sector, where we are now market leaders. Barry joined us directly from College and holds a BSc in Computer Science & Software Engineering and also holds Specialist Certificate in Investment Funds.
Client Services Director, Funds & Employee Share Schemes, Ireland
Nigel DerrickNigel has more than 30 years' industry experience underpinning his current role as Client Services Director for the Funds & Employee Share Schemes businesses in Ireland. Nigel is actively involved within the industry and is a Council member if the Irish ProShare Association and from April 2017 will take on the role of Chairperson.
Associate Director, Client Management - Ireland
Marie LenihanMarie has worked at Computershare for over 15 years and during this time has become an Employee Share Scheme expert. She has held several positions including that of Plan Administrator, Relationship Manager, and Client Account Manager, progressing through the ranks and was promoted to her current position of Client Management Associate Director in 2015. Marie is also an active member of the Irish Proshare Association and played a pivotal role in influencing the Revenue to make improvements to both APSS and SAYE plans