Eugene McCague appointed regional adviser for Goldman Sachs
Pictured: Eugene McCague, regional advisor for the Irish market, Arthur Cox
Investment bank Goldman Sachs has appointed the former Arthur Cox managing partner and current Chair of Ibec, Eugene McCague, as a regional advisor for the Irish market.
Former rugby player Hugo MacNeill previously held the role, spending 31 years with the investment bank.
Fund management Goldman Sachs has several Irish-registered entities and runs a Dublin office.
Clones, Co Monaghan native McCague had a long career as a corporate lawyer with Arthur Cox including four years as managing partner, from April 2006.
He also served as president of the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and advised the Government on the 2008 bank guarantee, as well as acting in the examinership of the Goodman Group, and the restructuring of Team Aer Lingus. He is Chair of Ibec’s board, which comprises highly experienced industry chief executives.
McCague also chairs the Alzheimer Society.