Jonathon Lowey, JP Morgan CFO, Appointed Chairman of Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI)

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Jonathon Lowey, JP Morgan CFO, Appointed Chairman of Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI)

JP Morgan Ireland Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Jonathon Lowey, has been appointed Chairman of the Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI) for a two-year term from 1st January 2015.

He succeeds Eamonn Tuohy of Belfius Bank, who has completed his two-year term.

Jonathon is currently CFO of JP Morgan in Ireland and brings a wealth of experience to the role of FIBI Chairman.  He was educated at Blackrock College, has a Bachelor’s and Master’s Degree in Economics from University College Dublin and a Diploma in Accounting from University of Ulster. He is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and has over 20 years of experience in banking, asset management, the funds industry and auditing.

Prior to his appointment as CFO of JP Morgan Ireland, Jonathon held various senior roles in banking, asset management and auditing in both Ireland and Luxembourg with JP Morgan, Flemings, Deloitte and Grant Thornton.

I am honoured to be appointed Chairman of FIBI and look forward to working closely with Ireland’s international banks and financial services institutions. I will be supporting the BPFI’s Chief Executive, Noel Brett and his team, in their efforts to build on the success of the current international banking sector ”, Jonathon said.

The recent appointment of Minister Simon Harris TD with specific responsibility for international financial services, combined with a more positive outlook for the Irish economy, creates an ideal environment for the promotion of Ireland as an attractive location for financial services. I am looking forward to continuing the constructive engagement with the Minister that started in 2014”, he added.

Article Published: 14/01/2015