Bibby Financial Services Ireland appoints Joe Quaid as Commercial Manager

Updated: 24 January 2023

Bibby Financial Services Ireland, a leading provider of funding solutions to Irish SMEs, has appointed Joe Quaid as Commercial Manager.

Joe brings two decades of financial services experience to his role, which will involve working closely with his SME client portfolio to provide bespoke funding assistance through a wide range of specialist and working capital funding options. He will also act as a brand ambassador for Bibby Financial Services Ireland by attending networking events, meetings and conferences across the country.

Joe is joining Bibby Financial Services Ireland after almost fifteen years as Collections Account Manager at Ulster Bank. He also recently undertook a Master’s degree in Exercise, Performance and Sports Psychology from University of Limerick. A former player on the Limerick Senior Hurling team, Joe has also spent a number of years managing a variety of GAA hurling teams. His passion for sports management has earned him multiple sports awards for his work.

Mark O’Rourke, Managing Director at Bibby Financial Services Ireland, says: “Joe is bringing much-valued experience in managing teams to success, both on and off the pitch, which he will put to excellent use at Bibby Financial Services Ireland. His wealth of expertise in the financial services sector and also in sport will be a significant asset to him in this role as he builds relationships with clients and works with SMEs in the current economic landscape.”

Bibby Financial Services Ireland is part of Bibby Financial Services Group, an independent financial services partner to over 10,000 businesses across 14 countries. Based in Sandyford, the Irish operation was established in 2006 and has an expert team of 30 employees working with SMEs on the island of Ireland.

Bibby Financial Services Ireland holds key partnerships with both Permanent TSB, offering customers an enhanced range of funding solutions designed to improve cash flow and fund their growth ambitions. and the Strategic Banking Council of Ireland, providing access to a range of schemes and individual facilities of up to €5 million for eligible customers.