Kilian Colleran, who was chief technology officer at Norkom Technologies before it was sold to BAE in a €217 million deal, has popped up in an unexpected place.
Colleran, who is also advising Eoin Goulding’s massive cybersecurity firm Integrity360, has joined the board of venerable UK investment body St James’s Place. The FTSE-listed wealth management group had a run at buying Gerry Devitt’s pension firm Harvest last year before Irish Life gobbled up the Dublin company, which has about €1 billion in assets under management.
Also on the St James’s Place board is Cecil Hayes, Norkom’s former chief operating officer. Hayes, a seriously serial non-exec, and Colleran also sit on the board of Irish Life.
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