Clúid firmly believes that our success is down to our dedicated, professional team. Board members, all of whom are non-executive, are drawn from diverse backgrounds and bring a broad range of experience and skills to their deliberations. The board aims to ensure a balance of both age and gender among members and openly advertises for positions. The board is committed to maintaining high standards of corporate governance.
Mark is a senior director in Finance, working with Montreal incorporated SNC – Lavalin Group. Prior to the acquisition of Kentz Group by SNC, he was treasurer of London listed Kentz Group, and is based in Clonmel. He has served as treasurer of the McInerney Homebuilding Group for nearly 20 years and has experience in the private and social housing markets in Ireland and UK in that role. His previous career had been in the public sector.
Kathi is a Partner in the Commercial Property Department of the Dublin law firm Eugene F. Collins. Originally from Cork, Kathi studied Law and German in UCC before moving to Dublin and doing a Masters in Trinity College. A fluent German speaker, she worked in the European Commission in Berlin before qualifying as a solicitor in the Law Society of Ireland. She also spent time working in a large law firm in London. She has extensive experience in all areas of commercial property law and has been involved in many high profile property transactions.
Des has over 25 years financial services sector experience encompassing roles in client facing and support functions. Des has spent a large part of his career structuring and financing large European infrastructure projects in the transportation, telecommunications, water and waste treatment sectors. Most recently Des was a Board Director and CFO of KBC Bank Ireland with responsibility for the Finance, Treasury, Credit and Data functions.
Eamonn has spent 25 years as Chief Executive or Chief Operations Officer in the technology and financial services sectors. Through these roles, he has extensive management experience of information technology, programme management, risk management, and governance – much of that gained in complex multi-country environments. His previous employers were IBM, Capgemini, and the Davy Group.
Anne is an independent consultant and non-executive director providing support and advice to boards and organisations on strategy and governance. Anne’s reputation is built on a successful career as a highly effective Operations Director and in the last few years as a successful interim executive director in the social housing sector; devising and implementing turn around projects that stabilize and transform services. She is regularly invited to speak at national and international events about asset management, sustainability, fuel poverty, governance, and the needs of destitute migrants. Anne is a trustee of the Refugee Council and former Chair of Innisfree Housing Association.
Paul Mooney is a director of Cushman and Wakefield, a global commercial real estate agency, and is Head of Asset Services for Ireland. Prior to joining Cushman and Wakefield, Paul was managing director and founder of Benchmark Property a specialist property management agency. Paul has worked in property management for almost thirty years and is a member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors and Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland. Paul is a former member of the board of the Property Services Regulatory Authority where he served two terms and is currently Honorary Treasurer of the Society of Chartered Surveyors of Ireland. Paul lectures in property management for Technical University Dublin and the Society of Chartered Surveyors.