Paul Somers – Chief Executive
Paul Somers has spent over 20 years in banking, treasury and related areas most recently with Colloco Capital Markets and prior to that with Collins Stewart engaged in the areas of hybrid capital origination for European financial institutions and general corporate and bank debt advisory.
He spent the 9 years to 2006 at Anglo Irish Bank where he held a variety of treasury roles, and prior to leaving, the position of Director, Treasury. Paul had overall responsibility for the development and management of the bank’s treasury credit function, structured, trade and international finance, credit investment book and structured funding programmes (Covered Bonds and Securitisation). Previously, Paul spent six years as a business development and corporate banking manager at Smurfit Paribas Bank and started his career at the Industrial Development Authority. Paul is a graduate of Trinity College, Dublin with a B.A. (Mod) in Mathematics.
Frank Wall – Executive Director
Frank Wall has in excess of 15 years in banking and financial services. He has a wide breadth of experience across the treasury spectrum. He is an experienced funding and trading specialist with a proven track record in developing, implementing and managing treasury and funding platforms. In the main, his treasury proficiency covers money markets, trading, risk management and debt capital markets. His treasury career has encompassed proprietary trading, bond issuance, bond investment, managing funding programmes, marketing, and investor relations.
Previously, Frank has worked with GoldCore and Structured Credit Company, Anglo Irish Bank and AIB Bank. Frank is a graduate of University College Cork with an M.A. in Economic History.
Ronan White – Head of Investor Relations
Ronan White has spent over 25 years in banking and financial services across treasury, capital markets, investor relations and relationship management, corporate communications and marketing. Prior to joining InCol he was with National Australia Bank in London from 2010 covering Central Banks, Official Institutions and European Banking Groups.
He previously worked at Anglo Irish Bank, the Woodchester Group and Allied Irish Banks where he held senior roles in treasury – funding and institutional marketing, secured funding (Monument Securitisation), investor relations, business development and corporate lending. Ronan qualified as a Chartered Accountant with KPMG, working on reconstruction and insolvency assignments. He is a graduate of University College Dublin with a B. Comm.