Naoise Irwin manages Griffin’s Technology Group. An experienced investment banker, he has extensive operating and financial advisory experience with early and mid-stage technology firms, including merger and acquisition advisory services, debt and equity capital placement, and strategic advisory services.

Naoise formerly worked in a variety of senior executive roles for rapidly growing technology companies, including Splash, a leading event marketing platform, Hailo, Europe’s leading e-hail platform, and Zynga, a worldwide social gaming platform. Prior to that, he advised both high growth and mature technology firms with Lehman Brothers and GCA Savvian Advisors, based in Silicon Valley. Naoise began his career as a strategy consultant with Deloitte Consulting/Braxton Associates in London.

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley,  MBA
  • London School of Economics, BSc. in Economics

 

Licensing

  • FINRA Series 7 and 79 licenses
Naoise Irwin
Industries
  • Technology
Naoise Irwin
  • Managing Director, Technology
  • Email: naoise.irwin@griffinfingroup.com

Naoise Irwin manages Griffin’s Technology Group. An experienced investment banker, he has extensive operating and financial advisory experience with early and mid-stage technology firms, including merger and acquisition advisory services, debt and equity capital placement, and strategic advisory services.

Naoise formerly worked in a variety of senior executive roles for rapidly growing technology companies, including Splash, a leading event marketing platform, Hailo, Europe’s leading e-hail platform, and Zynga, a worldwide social gaming platform. Prior to that, he advised both high growth and mature technology firms with Lehman Brothers and GCA Savvian Advisors, based in Silicon Valley. Naoise began his career as a strategy consultant with Deloitte Consulting/Braxton Associates in London.

Education

  • University of California, Berkeley,  MBA
  • London School of Economics, BSc. in Economics

 

Licensing

  • FINRA Series 7 and 79 licenses
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