‘The secret sauce of success has to be a genuine interest’
Aisling Dodgson traces her career to date and explores the lessons she has learned along the way
Originally from Cork, Aisling Dodgson has been head of treasury at Investec Ireland since 2004. She is a member of the company’s executive team and a director of Investec Holdings Ireland. Founded in 1974 in South Africa, Investec employs close to 8,000 people in 42 offices. It has total assets of €60 billion and third-party assets under management of €150 billion.
Investec entered the Irish market in 2000 with the acquisition of treasury and corporate banking specialist...
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