Business Movers


Reported today on Irish Examiner

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Business Movers

Here is a selection of people who have begun new roles with companies in Ireland, including construction services firm Ardmac, real estate firms Hollis and Lisney, law firms Eversheds Sutherland and Homs Solicitors, and the PR firm Fuzion Communications.

Ian Madden has been named as chief financial officer of Ardmac, which employs more than 300 people in Ireland and Europe. It provides construction services to the commercial fit-out, life sciences and data centre sectors. Previously the firm’s financial director, in his new role he will take on the tasks normally associated with chief information officer, mainly directing Ardmac’s IT department. He joined Ardmac in 2016 and has played a key role in the development and growth of the business . He has also held a financial position in Capnua Corporate Finance. He is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accounts of Ireland.Lisa Killeen has been named partner in the Homs Solicitors property department. She joined the firm in 2013, having previously worked in William Fry Solicitors. She specialises in banking and finance transactions and regularly advises lenders and borrowers on secured and unsecured lending, including property and development finance, acquisition finance and cash loan lending. She acts for domestic lenders, corporates and borrowers. She acts on behalf of corporate and individual clients and also state and semi-state bodies. In addition, Ms Killeen has considerable experience in commercial leasing, having acted for landlords and tenants.Nicola Harrison has been appointed as an associate in the Dublin office of real estate firm Hollis. With Arcadis for the last six years, she has skills in technical due diligence and development monitoring. She has worked for a variety of key investor,