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Ignition Wealth has today announced the appointment of Alan Quinlan as CEO of the burgeoning Ignition Wealth Ireland business.
Deloitte released their 2018 Investment Management Outlook document earlier this month – a look into the challenges ahead for 2018.
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Irish Tech News has showcases businesses on their website – who they are and what they are doing. This article features an interview with Alan Quinlan, Ignition Wealth Ireland’s freshly appointed CEO.
The new chief executive of Ignition Wealth’s Ireland business is keen to deliver the next generation of fintech to Irish institutions.
Named in the top role on Wednesday, Alan Quinlan said his appointment marks a “well-timed opportunity to raise the bar on what’s possible in fintech in Ireland.”
Medical cannabis saved a six-year-old girl with Dravet Syndrome called Katelyn.
A rare but severe form of epilepsy which affects children, Dravet Syndrome gave Katelyn a 16 percent chance of dying each year. It would eventually take away here ability to walk, talk and feed herself.
Katelyn’s grandparents are Barry and Joy Lambert.
The Irish division of robo-adviser Ignition Wealth has named Alan Quinlan as its new chief executive. Mr Quinlan steps into the new role with over a decade’s experience in the financial services industry, and has previously held senior roles with BT Financial Group in Australia and Mercer in Ireland.
Ignition Wealth has announced the appointment of Alan Quinlan as CEO of the burgeoning Ignition Wealth Ireland business. Alan is highly experienced in the international fintech field, having held senior roles at several wealth houses including Australia’s BT Financial Group and Ireland’s Mercer.”