Philip O Sullivan- Chief Economist, Investec

  • Presentation Title:

    Opportunities and Threats: What Brexit means for Ireland”

    Presentation Synopsis:

    Following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union we look at: (i) the market reaction to the ‘Brexit’ decision; (ii) the difficulties the UK will face in extricating itself from the 28 member bloc; and the implications of all of this for the wider Irish economy and the agri-food sector in particular

    Speaker Bio:

    Philip is responsible for the provision of detailed analysis on the Irish and global economies. He also helps to provide in-depth research on Irish financial services firms.

    After completing his undergraduate degree in 2004, Philip spent seven years in Irish securities firm Goodbody Stockbrokers, in a variety of roles including economist, equity research analyst and equity salesperson.

    He has also worked in the media, most notably as Markets Correspondent with Business & Finance Magazine, and in education, where he taught the BN204 stockbroking course on the UCD Adult Education programme for two years. Philip joined Investec as Chief Economist in 2012.

    Philip has a Certificate in Management & Entrepreneurship from LSE, a BSc (Finance) from UCC and an MBA from UCD. He is also a Registered Representative of the Irish Stock Exchange.

    Outside of work, Philip has a keen interest in history, current affairs, architecture and rugby.