Capita Asset Services Ireland appoints Gerry McGinn as non-executive director
Capita Asset Services has appointed Gerry McGinn to its Board as a Non-Executive Director. McGinn brings extensive experience to the role, having held a number of senior executive positions in financial services and the Northern Ireland Civil Service.

He is currently Chairman of the Strategic Investment Board Northern Ireland and has been on the Board of Invest Northern Ireland since 2008. Earlier this year he stepped down as Managing Director of First Trust Bank where he led the restructuring of the Bank and its restoration to profitability. Prior to this he was Chief Executive of Irish Nationwide Building Society from June 2009 to September 2011.
Gerry McGinn

Overall he has over 29 years’ experience in financial services in London, Dublin and Belfast, including senior executive roles in Bank of Ireland UK, Bank of Ireland Corporate and International Banking and Goodbody Stockbrokers. He was also Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Department of Education from 2001 until 2005 and Permanent Secretary of the Northern Ireland Department of Regional Development from 2006 to 2007.

Discussing the new appointment, Robbie Hughes, Capita Asset Services Chief Executive and Capita Country Manager (Ireland), said: “We are delighted to welcome Gerry McGinn to the Board of Capita Asset Services. Gerry is a highly respected corporate executive and brings extensive senior management experience and invaluable boardroom level skills from his time in both the private and public sectors. Capita provides a wide range of services to clients in both public and private sectors, and Gerry’s appointment to the Board is an important step toward ensuring Capita’s continued business growth, both domestically and internationally.”