Keogan Steps Down from Fidelity

Phelim Keogan, who over the past 15 years has led the development of Fidelity International’s currency management capabilities globally, has recently departed from the company under a voluntary severance programme offered generally to senior executives across the firm.

Keogan was executive director for Treasury and global head of currency management at Fidelity International, based in Dublin, a role he took up in early 2002.

Prior to Fidelity Keogan was chief dealer for National Australia Bank in Dublin over a six-year period having joined the bank from an FX trading role at Ulster Bank. Prior to Ulster Bank, Keogan was a proprietary FX trader at Bank of America in Dublin for four years.

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