Head of Business Development, UK & Ireland
Orlagh joined Vistra in May 2019 originally as Head of Intermediary Relations for Vistra Group, now currently Head of Business Development. Orlagh has responsibility for broadening the depth and breadth of Vistra’s global intermediary relationships.
Having read Law at The Queen’s University of Belfast, Orlagh spent 5 years in London working in the Operations, Settlement and Documentation teams at a number of investment banks including CIBC, HSBC and Banker’s Trust. Moving back to Ireland to join Merrill Lynch in Dublin as AVP in October 1996, Orlagh subsequently spent almost 5 years at the Irish Stock Exchange (now Euronext) where she managed the Debt Listing team and implemented a streamlined process for the listing of debt products (including corporate bonds, high yield bonds, structured programmes, credit linked notes, equity linked notes, covered bonds etc).
When Capita PLC set up in Ireland in May 2007, Orlagh established Capita Fiduciary Group’s presence in Ireland and as Business Development Director, was responsible for the growth and development of Capita’s corporate business in Ireland both organically and by way of acquisition. Orlagh joined Vistra in May 2019 as Head of Intermediary Relations.
Orlagh holds an LLB (Hons) Degree from The Queen’s University of Belfast. Orlagh’s native language is English.
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