Mr Greene is an experienced investment banker and entrepreneur who has been working in investment markets in Africa, Europe and the United States for more than 30 years. His most recent experience has focussed on private equity investment in a range of sectors, including property and he currently serves as Managing and Museum Director of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum and is co-founder and Chairman of Dogpatch Labs, Ireland’s leading tech start-up hub. Both businesses are located in Dublin, Ireland.
From 1997 – 2005 Mr Greene was the London-based partner of Irwin Jacobs Greene, one of Namibia’s premier stockbroking, private equity and corporate finance advisory firms. Prior to this Mr Greene worked for investment bank Morgan Stanley in New York and London.
Mr Greene has a Masters in Mathematics and Bachelor in Engineering from Trinity College in Dublin. Mr Greene also has a Masters of Business Administration from London Business School.
Mr Greene was appointed to the Deep Yellow Board in November 2006 and was Chairman from August 2007 to August 2013.
Mr Greene serves on the Audit Committee and Remuneration Committee (appointed 1 January 2017) of the Group.