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Investec Europe wins Global Finance’s ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2022'
Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2022
We’re delighted to be recognised as Global Finance’s ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2022’ for the 4th consecutive year. We look forward to building on this momentum as we continue to help our clients seize the possibilities that the year ahead holds.
Global Finance annually selects the best financial institutions around the world. The awards have become a recognised and trusted standard of excellence. Criteria for selecting the winners of the Foreign Exchange Providers Award include; transaction volume, market share, scope of global coverage, customer service, competitive pricing, and innovative technologies. Also considered were bank submissions, input from industry analysts, corporate executives, and technology specialists.
Interview: Investec’s Head of Equity Research on finding a solution to climate change
Article: Investec's Sinead Lohan looks at some of the challenges facing credit unions
Investec's Sinead Lohan looks at some of the challenges facing credit unions
Sinead Lohan, Corporate & Institutional Treasury, recently wrote an article looking at some of the challenges facing credit unions which was included in CUMA’s February 2022 Newsletter.
What a difference a year makes in the context of rising interest rates and inflation…also interesting to look back on interest rates and where we were this time last year.
Interview: Investec’s Head of Sponsorships and The Currency discuss the rise and support of professional female golfers
Investec’s Head of Sponsorships, Peta Dixon, chats with Tom Lyons from The Currency about the considerable value and benefit in supporting women golfers and their rise in the professional game.
Investec’s continued sponsorship of professional golfer, Stephanie Meadow for 6th consecutive year
Investec announces continued sponsorship of professional golfer Stephanie Meadow for a 6th consecutive year as she commences her LPGA 2022 season.
Michael Cullen, CEO Investec Europe ‘Last year the highlight of Stephanie’s year was representing Ireland and finishing 7th in the Tokyo Summer Olympics. Equally impressive was Stephanie’s resilience in retaining her LPGA card despite some injury-related setbacks. Ireland’s female athletes had a superb 2021 and knowing Stephanie, she is committed to making 2022 her best ever year!’
Stephanie Meadow said “I am honoured to start my 6th year as an Investec brand ambassador. Time has flown by but over the last few years, I have had the privilege of meeting many of the community within Investec. Their energy and performance in their respective fields inspire me every day to be a better entrepreneur and to excel on the golf course. Investec thank you for your support and I am proud to represent such a wonderful company and community on the LPGA tour.”
Interview: Investec’s Head of Equities tells The Currency why Dublin is our distribution road into Europe
Women's Golf: Stephanie Meadow, Irish Olympian
Stephanie Meadow, Investec Ambassador and Irish Olympian has represented Ireland at both the Tokyo 2020 and Rio 2016 Summer Olympic Games.
We are delighted for Stephanie having had a superb final round in the women’s golf tournament at Tokyo, finishing 7th overall.
Stephanie commented: "Representing Ireland for the second time in the Olympics was unbelievable! There is nothing like representing your country at the highest level. It was one of my biggest goals since Rio to get to Tokyo and I’m so happy I did."
Michael Cullen, Investec Europe’s CEO: "We are delighted that our Ambassador, Stephanie Meadow was representing Ireland at the Olympics. It was such a great honour for all our athletes to get to Tokyo and a great reward for the dedication they have all shown to their respective sports."
Interview: MD of Kirby in partnership with Investec and The Currency
Interview: CEO of Integrity360 in partnership with Investec and The Currency
Interviews: Investec Resilience Series
Interviews with Eamonn Franklin, 8 West Consulting & Martin McVicar, Combilift
Interview with Eamonn Franklin, 8 West Consulting is pivoting to a bigger mission: saving lives.
This interview with Eamonn Franklin co-CEO of 8 West Consulting is supported by Investec in partnership with The Currency. It is part of a series to highlight the resilience of Irish businesses in turbulent times.
Interview with Martin McVicar as he plots more expansion for Combilift
This interview with Martin McVicar of Combilift is supported by Investec in partnership with The Currency. It is part of a series to highlight the resilience of Irish businesses in turbulent times.
Award: Investec Corporate Finance wins at Finance Dublin ‘Deals of the Year’
Investec Corporate Finance, a leading provider of corporate advice on M&A and Funding to Irish Corporates, is proud to have advised on four winning deals in the recently published Finance Dublin ‘Deals of the Year’ awards.
The four winning deals were ATA (Acquisition Funding), Silver Hill Farm (Private M&A), Green Isle Brands (Agri-Food M&A), and IRES REIT plc (Equity Raise).
In addition, two further transactions on which we advised were also included on the shortlist for the awards, Yew Grove REIT plc 100m placing programme & initial placing and Mainstream Renewable Power’s share placing & fundraising.
These transactions highlight our strong track record in advising on successful transactions in the Irish market.
By combining our local experience and expertise with the strength of the broader Investec group we're able to deliver a compelling proposition and Out of the Ordinary solutions.
Investec Europe Limited trading as Investec Europe is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Registered in Ireland Number 222173. Registered office The Harcourt Building, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, D02 F721.
Investec Private Finance Ireland Limited trading as Investec is regulated by the Central Bank of Ireland. Registered in Ireland Number 222489. Registered office The Harcourt Building, Harcourt Street, Dublin 2, D02 F721.