DEAL DRIVERS IRELAND

27 SEPTEMBER 2017, THE SHELBOURNE HOTEL, DUBLIN

SAVE THE DATE! 27 SEPTEMBER 2017

Mergermarket is pleased to return to Dublin for the annual Deal Drivers Ireland in on 27th September. Join us for a timely, half-day event examining the key drivers of corporate and private equity M&A activity during the next 12 months.

Here's what delegates had to say about our previous event:
“It was an informative event… Good networking opportunity and very relevant to Irish Market. ”
“Very useful to meet execs in a relaxed environment from across the entire spectrum.”
“Very impressive - and gave me ideas that I will use internally.”

This year's Keynote: Paschal Donohoe


Paschal is the Fine Gael TD for Dublin Central and in June 2017 was appointed as the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform.

Prior to his appointment as the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform, he served, from May 2016-June 2017, as the Minister for Public Expenditure & Reform, and from July 2014-May 2016, as the Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport. Paschal has also held the position of Minister for European Affairs at the Department of An Taoiseach and the Department of Foreign Affairs from July 2013-July 2014.

He was elected as a TD in February 2011, where he topped the poll in Dublin Central. Prior to his election, he was a member of Seanad Éireann from 2007 to 2011. He served as member of Dublin City Council from 2004 to 2007.

Paschal was formerly the Chair of Ireland’s Future in Europe Oireachtas Sub-Committee, as well as a member of the Public Accounts Committee. He has also served as the Vice-Chair of the European Affairs Committee and, as a Senator, he served as a member of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Transport.

During his time as member of Dublin City Council, Paschal served as Chair of the Environment & Engineering Strategic Policy Committee, as a member of the Corporate Policy Group and also as Chairman of the Central Area Committee.

Paschal is a graduate of University of Dublin, Trinity College, with a degree in Politics and Economics and has attended St. Declan’s CBS, Cabra.

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