Conor Deering

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Conor.Deering @vucatreasury.com

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About Conor

Conor Deering is an experienced Treasury Consultant with a demonstrated history of working in the financial services industry. He is skilled in the areas of Foreign Exchange and Interest Rate Hedging, Market Analysis, and Market Research. His research and insights have been published by a range of media outlets including The Economist, The Guardian and Yahoo! News.

After returning from a period living and working in China, Conor began his career in the back office, rising to become Head of Operations before moving into front office roles as a Senior Corporate Dealer and Treasury Consultant. Consequently, Conor has a deep understanding of the full life cycle of treasury transactions.

Conor has a strong finance background with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) focused in Business/Commerce, from Dublin City University. He is a member of the Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment (CISI).

He is a long serving Leeds United fan and is patiently awaiting the return of the glory days under David O’Leary. Outside of the hot seat, he can be found running the hills in ultra-races or training for the latest triathlon

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