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Nick O’Donohoe is the chief executive of Big Society Capital (formerly Big Society Bank). At the end of 2010 the government asked him to advise it on the establishment of the organisation.
He spent 15 years at JP Morgan and was global head of research from 2005. He also supervised the companies social finance group and led research studies on microfinance and impact investing as an asset class. Before that he worked at Goldman Sachs for 14 years.
He has a BA from Trinity College Dublin and an MBA from the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.
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