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Meet the moneysherpa team
Brendan is both a qualified Actuary and a Revenue Approved Pensioner Trustee. He writes and consults for moneysherpa on all things pension and more.
Mark is a qualified finance & media professional and Irish business veteran. Mark founded moneysherpa to help Irish consumers by bringing those worlds together with straightforward guidance and support.
Ciaran is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He has a proven history in the investments industry. He writes and consults for moneysherpa on all things investment and more.
Joe is the architect of our tech stack which powers our customer tools. Joe makes sure our tech works hard for our customers.
Martina has worked in customer facing roles for almost a decade. She is dedicated to delivering for our customers, making sure we do right by both customers and readers.
Daire is a qualified financial advisor working with customers everyday to help them buy their dream home and save money.
Petrina is an experienced qualified mortgage advisor, before joining the team she was branch lead for PTSB in her native North Dublin. She gets a kick everyday from helping our customers!
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