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Joseph Harrigan, CFA

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Professor of Practice at Queen's Business School Joseph Harrigan, CFA, is an investment director with more than a decade's direct fund management experience making key investment decisions for equity and multi-asset funds. He previously gained EU regulation experience from the regulator's perspective as an advisor to then-EC commissioner Mario Monti on a significant complex industrials merger. Harrigan has served as a director for a regulated investment management, governance, and compliance consultancy since 2014. He previously worked in Dublin for six years at Prescient Investment Managers / AIB Investment Managers in various investment management roles, most recently as head of Japanese equity investments. Harrigan is an MBA graduate of the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and an economics graduate from John Carroll University. He is a CFA charterholder and an active board member of CFA Society Ireland.

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