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Fineos names former AIB chief exec as chairman

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Dublin-based banking technology vendor Fineos has appointed former AIB Group chief executive, Tom Mulcahy, as chairman of the board.

Mulcahy held the top spot at AIB for seven years. Prior to his appointment as CEO in 1994, he headed up the AIB's investment bank in Britain, the capital markets division and the corporate and international finance divisions for Europe. At present, Mulcahy still sits on the boards of AIB subsidiary banks in the US and Poland.

He takes over as chairman from Fineos CEO Michael Kelly.

This appointment follows the recent Fineos announcement that international financier James McNaught-Davis has been appointed as a non-executive director.
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