Danny McCoy
Danny McCoy CEO, Ibec

Danny has been CEO of Ibec since 2009. He has previously held positions as President of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Honorary Fellow of the Academy of Engineers, member of the Export Trade Council and the OECD-BIAC working group on Corporate Taxation. Danny has an extensive academic career, including positions at DCU, University College London, University of Oxford and TCD.

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Dr. Dorothy Maxwell
Dr. Dorothy Maxwell Senior Sustainability Director, Davy

Dorothy has over 20 years international experience working in the sustainable business/ESG arena with FMCG, retail, packaging and financial services businesses. She has worked with Accenture, Willis Towers Watson and McKinsey as a sustainable business consultant. She has been a Senior Advisor to HRH The Prince of Wales’s International Sustainable Unit.  In 2017, she was honoured to become one of The Prince’s Responsible Business Ambassadors for leadership on sustainability in business. She has been a Head of Sustainability for businesses including Sanpower Group (China)/House of Fraser and Selfridges Group. She has been an environmental policy maker with the European Commission, Irish and UK Department of the Environment (DEFRA). She is visiting lecturer on sustainable business at Imperial College London and TU Dublin. She is author of  Valuing Natural Capital: Future Proofing Business & Finance.  She is a board member and Fellow of the Institute of Corporate Responsibility & Sustainability (FCIRS). Dorothy has a PhD in Environmental Science and MSc in Sustainable Business. She is on the advisory committee to Natural Capital Ireland. 

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Eugene McCague
Eugene McCague Chair, Ibec board

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Fiona Gallagher
Fiona Gallagher CEO, Wells Fargo

Fiona Gallagher is CEO of Wells Fargo International Bank UC (WFBI). WFBI provides support and services to Wells Fargo's clients in all European Union and European Economic Area countries. WFBI is a critical part of Wells Fargo's European and international operations and Fiona joined in October 2019.

Prior to Wells Fargo, Fiona was Deutsche Bank's Global Head of Securities Services, and also Chief Country Officer for Deutsche Bank Ireland. At Deutsche, Fiona was responsible for the strategy and operations of the bank's Global Securities Services division, as well as the 650 person operations, data and technology site in Ireland.

In March 2023, Fiona was appointed as President of the Institute of Bankers. In 2022, she was named by Financial News as one of the top 100 most influential women in finance. She also recently served as the first female Chair of the Federation of International Banks (2020-2022).

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Kieran McLoughlin
Kieran McLoughlin Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Venture Wave Capital 

Kieran McLoughlin is Co-Founder and Managing Partner of VentureWave Capital which has established one of Ireland's first Impact Investing funds. The firm aims to deliver a commercial return for its clients by scaling high growth technology companies from Ireland that benefit society. VentureWave’s Global Advisory Council, chaired by former Taoiseach Enda Kenny,  promotes the case for Ireland becoming a global centre of Impact Investing.  Investments are underway in a number of highly innovative Irish Technology for Good enterprises.  Kieran is a former CEO of The Ireland Funds.  During his 10 years at the helm $300 million was raised, which is half of the total amount The Funds raised since they were established in 1976.  Annual grant making increased by a factor of 5 and the organization was awarded 4 stars (the highest level available) by Charity Navigator for its efficiency, transparency and governance  Kieran serves on the North American Advisory Board of the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School, of Glucksman Ireland House and the John and Pat Hume Foundation.  He is Strategic Advisor to Endeavor Ireland. in field]

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Prof Mark Kramer
Prof Mark Kramer Former Senior Fellow, Harvard and Partner, Congruence Capital

Mark was a Senior Fellow at Harvard Business School faculty (2015-2023) CSR Initiative of the Centre for Business and Government. He is the author of numerous articles in Harvard Business Review (HBR) and Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) that pioneered new concepts in social impact such as catalytic philanthropy, collective impact, mission investing, strategic evaluation and creating shared value. These ideas have become recognised around the world, are taught at many universities and have influenced the strategies of numerous organizations. Professor Kramer’s co-authored SSIR article on Collective Impact is the most frequently viewed article in SSIR’s history and has been downloaded more than one million times.

In 1999, Kramer founded the Center for Effective Philanthropy (CEP) with Professor Michael E. Porter and served as Board chair until 2004. He serves on the sustainability advisory boards for Kimberly Clark, Nestlé and Maple Leaf Foods, and on the Supervisory Board of the World Benchmarking Alliance. He is presently a member of the Aspen Philanthropy Group, a board member of the Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong and Shared Value Project Australia, and President of the Kramer Charitable Foundation.

Prior to starting FSG, he served for twelve years as President of Kramer Capital Management, a boutique venture capital investment and consulting firm providing strategy consulting, financial advisory services and investment capital to early-stage companies in health care, retail and technology.
Professor Kramer holds a BA, summa cum laude, from Brandeis University, an MBA from The Wharton School, and a JD, magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School where he was an articles editor on the Law Review and was awarded the Order of the Coif and the Gemmill Prize in Tax Research.

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Start Date November 30, 2023
Time 09:00 - 14:00
Duration Half day
Delegate Price Member
€450 (+VAT),
€495 (+VAT)
Location The Intercontinental Hotel
Type Conference and Summit
Contact events@ibec.ie