In a time where there are unprecedented societal changes, does the corporate world do enough to cater for new voices? Upcoming generations are not interested in company box ticking but want businesses to recognise and adapt to this changing world. They want to work with a company that shares their values.
In this webinar, Darragh explores how investing in the next generation not only supports the financial future of a company but allows it to grow and adapt in its societal responsibilities, while nurturing tomorrow’s entrepreneurial spirit.
Darragh McCarthy is the CEO and Founder of FinTrU. He started his career at Morgan Stanley in 1994 and remained there until late 2012. During his time at Morgan Stanley, Darragh was based in London, Frankfurt and New York and held various responsibilities including Global COO for Institutional Securities, COO for EMEA, Head of Fixed Income Sales North America and Head of Fixed Income Sales EMEA.
In 2013, Darragh founded FinTrU recognising the increased demand from Global Investment Banks for high-quality resources to navigate the ever-increasing regulatory landscape. While managed as a profit-driven organisation, Darragh also considers FinTrU as having a social purpose to create high-quality professional employment where the company’s cultures and values play an intrinsic part of everyday life.
FinTrU is a multi-award winning RegTech company in the Financial Services sector, employing over 900 people across offices in Belfast, Derry/Londonderry, London, Dublin and New York. Darragh has been a Board Member of the Belfast Chamber since June 2020 and the Innovation and Growth Advisory Board for the City of London since June 2021.
Darragh has a First Class Honours BComm International from University College of Dublin, Ireland. Originally from County Cork, Darragh now lives in Belfast. He is married with three children and speaks fluent German and Dutch.
Tuesday, 08 February 2022
10:00 - 10:45 GMT
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