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Tom Healy 1950-2017: The ISE became an international business on his watch

Healy led the Irish Stock Exchange through the greatest growth phase of its 200-year history

23rd April, 2017
Tom Healy

I worked with Tom Healy for 12 years before succeeding him as chief executive of the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) in 2007. The huge sadness that I and many others felt at his funeral last week is matched by the admiration I have for the work that he did – and the way that he did it.

In my position, I am lucky to be reminded every day of Tom’s business achievements. I see them all around...

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