Senior Management

The leadership team reflects the diversity of talent, with leading research, experienced corporate finance and strong asset management experience together with robust operational leadership combine to drive the business to act for and wiht our clients' interests.

Eamonn Flanagan

Eamonn Flanagan

Head of the
Liverpool Office

Eamonn is one of the UK's top ten stockbroking analysts in the insurance and specialty finance sectors, and was rated second for coverage of smaller companies in these sectors in the last Reuters' survey. After a degree in mathematics, he qualified as an actuary with Royal Insurance where he worked for nine years; he is now a Fellow of the Institute of Actuaries. He moved into stockbroking research with Charterhouse Tilney where he was for nine years when it latterly became ING Financial Markets. He joined Shore Capital in 2003 as head of the Liverpool office.

Dru Danford

Dru Danford

Chief Executive
Shore Capital and Corporate Limited

Dru Danford is an experienced corporate financier who has been with Shore Capital and Corporate Limited since 2004. Dru moved to London after qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (South Africa) in 1998 and spent two further years with Ernst & Young working within in the Investment Management Group. In 1999 Dru moved into investment banking and has since specialised in advising small and mid-cap companies in a wide range of sectors in relation to IPOs, fundraisings, takeovers, acquisitions, disposals and restructurings.

Dr Clive Black

Dr Clive Black

Head of
Research

Clive is one of the UK’s top consumer analysts, rated No.1 for retail in the 2014 Thomson Extel survey, No.3 for the whole market in 2011 and he was the 2013 City AM analyst of the year. Clive holds a Ph.D from The Queen’s University of Belfast, where he was also awarded the 2013 volunteer Alumni of the Year, with a thesis on the Northern Ireland food industry. He worked in London for the National Farmer’ Union before joining Northern Foods plc. Clive moved into equity research in 1993 when he joined Charterhouse Tilney going on to become Head European retail research at ING Financial Markets. He joined Shore Capital in 2003 as Head of Research. He was an external advisor to the Foods Standards Agency between 2011-13 and his work is regularly referenced in financial and trade journals.

Malachy McEntyre

Malachy McEntyre

Head of Sales

Malachy joined the Shore Capital Group in 2004 and was promoted to the Head of Sales in 2010.  He started his career in his native Dubin with Goodbody Stockbrokers before moving to Asset Manager, Tilney Investment Management.  Malachy heads up a team of 13 experienced sales people across three offices who cover a broad range of institutional and high net worth clients.  He is directly involved in our fundraising activities, advising our clients on investor sentiment while maintaining close contact with our institutional client base.

Nick Conyerd

Nick Conyerd

Head of Market Making

Nick joined Shore Capital in 2002.  He started his career at Smith New Court in 1993 after graduating from University.  In 1997, Nick became a Director at Merril Lynch and during his time there he was responsible for running the risk trading team that specialised in over 5,000 equities across a number of European markets for both brokers and institutions.  He was also instrumental in the creation and day to day management of the Retail Service Provider (RSP) offering in the UK for Merrill Lynch.

Simon Fine

Simon Fine

Chief Executive
Shore Capital Markets

Simon Fine joined Shore Capital in 2002 as CEO of Shore Capital Markets, responsible for all aspects of trading and brokerage as well as the integration of related corporate broking activities. He is the former Managing Director and Co-Head of Pan European Equity Cash Trading at Lehman Brothers. Prior to that, Simon spent the previous 14 years at Dresdner Kleinwort Benson, latterly as Head of Pan European Equity Cash Trading – developing its UK operations into one of the leading players in the UK and German equities.


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