Saturday, 24th March 2018
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Waterford Chamber is delighted to announce the appointment of Mr. Gerald Hurley as Chief Executive Officer.

Gerald has a long and successful track record in business, both in Ireland and abroad, and is a past President of Rotary International – Waterford.

Speaking on his appointment, Waterford Chamber President Laurent Borla said: “We are delighted to welcome Gerald to the team and looking forward to further growing Waterford Chamber under his leadership. Gerald brings a wealth of experience to the role and has an undeniable passion for the progression of Waterford. There are hugely exciting times ahead for Waterford and Gerald will no doubt be a significant voice for business as we work together into the future.

“I would also like to take this opportunity to thank Nick Donnelly for his commitment to Waterford Chamber over the past four years. His dedication and contribution to the business life in Waterford has been hugely important and his support of me, the Board and Chamber staff has been phenomenal.”

Gerald was Managing Director of Limerick firm John Clune Ltd between 1978 and 1984 and then managed the interests of the Dubai-based National Trading Development Establishment in London. However, he has spent most of his career with McInerney Construction, which he joined in 1987, becoming an Executive Director of the company in 1997. Gerald has also been involved at different times in developing business opportunities in the Middle East, the UK and Brazil.

Born in Limerick in, Gerald was educated at Clongowes Wood College and the University of Limerick. He is married to Bernadette and they have lived for many years at Faithlegg. They have three children, Bryan, Laura and Gerald.

Gerald took up his position of CEO of Waterford Chamber on Monday, April 10th.


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