Update 31 March 2021
Investec is open for business and we are working in partnership with our clients in these challenging times.
Having regard to an Taoiseach’s announcement on the 30 March of the slight easing of restrictions, we continue to prioritise the safety and wellbeing of both our staff and clients.
We understand the challenges that COVID-19 has put on many of our clients and we want to assure all our clients that we are open for business and are providing continuity of service through a combination of both remote working and a limited number of staff performing key functions from our offices at the Harcourt Building in Dublin and Albert Quay in Cork. Due to social distancing requirements and continued restrictive measures in place we are not in a position to welcome our clients to our offices.
Should any client wish to discuss their particular circumstances, please contact your Investec Ireland relationship manager in the usual manner by phone or email.
Investec’s primary contact telephone number (01) 421 0000 is fully operational Monday to Friday from the hours of 9:00am to 5:00pm.
Please keep safe and take care.
CEO Investec Europe
Mark Flanagan, Managing Director of Kirby Interview, made in partnership with Investec and The Currency
This interview with Mark Flanagan, Managing Director of Kirby, 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.
Copper Price Update, April 2021
Copper Prices Testing $10,000/Metric Tonne
Some background to understanding what’s driving Copper prices to 11 year highs. Increased investment in electric-vehicle infrastructure, lower copper inventory levels, along with investor positioning has led to a surge in copper prices that could have more room to run.
If you would like to talk through solutions to manage this price risk, please feel free to contact Alan Harrison, Corporate Treasury Solutions on (01) 421 0086
Accountancy Ireland, April 2021 - Gabriel Ramsey, Head of Financial Products, discusses the current Irish saving bonanza.
In the April edition of Accountancy Ireland, Investec Europe’s Head of Financial Products Gabriel Ramsey, discusses the current Irish saving bonanza.
As interest rates remain low and depositors face the prospects of negative deposit rates for their savings, Gabriel looks at the options available to investors and the risk considerations required in order to achieve a positive return.
Investec is delighted to announce its continued sponsorship of Stephanie Meadow for fifth consecutive year
Investec has announced its continued sponsorship of Stephanie Meadow, as Stephanie tees off her LPGA 2021 season at Gainbridge LPGA this weekend in Orlando Florida.
Stephanie commented: “Investec has been an unbelievable partner since 2016. They have stuck by me, supported me, and believed in me through all my highs and lows. I am proud to represent a company whose values align directly with my own. I would truly not be here today without their support and vision.”
Michael Cullen, CEO of Investec Europe continued: “We have partnered with Stephanie since 2016 and are immensely proud of what she has achieved. Her resilience, perseverance and drive is an example for us all, and we wish her every success for the upcoming season. As an ambassador for Investec Stephanie has represented us both on the domestic and international stage. Her engaging personality resonates wonderfully well with our clients. Stephanie’s commitment to the 20x20 movement showed her desire to act as a role model for young girls who wish to pursue their sporting dreams”.
Eoin Goulding, CEO of Integrity360 Interview, made in partnership with Investec and The Currency
This interview with Eoin Goulding CEO of Integrity360 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.
Accountancy Ireland, February 2021 - Elaine Haran, Treasury Products and Distribution Dealing Manager, why corporates face significant uncertainty in 2021
Elaine Haran, Investec Europe discusses why corporates face significant uncertainty in 2021, not least due to the fallout from Brexit and COVID-19. While many risks remain unknown, counterparty credit risk can – and should – be managed on a proactive basis, now more than ever.
Elaine’s article can be found in the February issue of Accountancy Ireland, the official member magazine of Chartered Accountants Ireland (pages 22 and 23).
Investec Europe wins Global Finance’s ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2021’
Reputation built on Performance Investec Europe wins Global Finance’s ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2021’. We are incredibly proud to have won this award for the third year in a row. To be recognised by the industry like this is incredibly humbling. Our clients are key to Investec Europe and we remain committed to providing our customers with excellent service, key expertise gained through our international reach and security of relationship through balance sheet strength. Aisling Dodgson – Head of Treasury Products and Distribution. We are thrilled to have secured our ‘3 in a row’ hat-trick of wins for being Ireland’s ‘Best Foreign Exchange Provider in Ireland 2021’. The impact of the pandemic has been challenging and to win this award in such a difficult environment makes it extra special. ‘If you can’t fly then run, if you can’t run then walk, if you can’t walk then crawl, but whatever you do you have to keep moving forward’. Mark O’Brien – Head of Foreign Exchange.
Investec Resilience Series, interviews with Eamonn Franklin, 8 West Consulting & Martin McVicar, Combilift
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.
Investec Corporate Finance Wins at the Finance Dublin ‘Deals of the Year’ Awards
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.
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.