Irish America magazine will celebrate the 15th Anniversary Wall Street 50 in Manhattan tonight with an awards dinner co-hosted by Teneo, a global consulting firm and investment bank. The annual event recognizes the best and brightest Irish and Irish-American leaders in finance.
The 15th Anniversary Wall Street 50 Awards Dinner will recognize, in addition to his fellow honorees, Keynote Speaker Adrian Jones. Mr. Jones is a managing director of the Principal Investment Area of the Merchant Banking Division in New York, where he is co-head of the Americas Equity business and a member of the Global Investment Committee.
“Teneo is proud to serve as the co-host of the Wall Street 50 Awards and we extend our sincere congratulations to Adrian Jones and all of this year’s honorees,” said Declan Kelly, CEO of Teneo. “Niall O’Dowd and Patricia Harty play a vital role in fostering Irish American culture and I thank them for all their hard work to ensure yet another highly successful event.”
“We are delighted that Teneo is our main sponsor this year,” said Niall O'Dowd, Co-Founder of Irish America magazine. “Declan Kelly, the CEO of Teneo, represents all that is best about business and integrity in America. Having them as our major sponsor is a tremendous boost for Irish America's Wall Street 50 and shows once again the potential when the best and brightest in Irish America decide to work together.”
Patricia Harty, Editor-in-Chief and Co-Founder of Irish America magazine, said "Adrian Jones exemplifies the best of the Irish on Wall Street, successful but never forgetting his roots or the need to give back. Our Wall Street 50 embody the best of the Irish experience in America -- committed, hardworking and deeply proud of their heritage."
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