Co-FounderDavid is a 10 year qualified Solicitor Member of the Law Society of Ireland, and the Law Society of England and Wales; certified Data Protection Practitioner; and Independent Panel Member of the National Disciplinary Panel of the Football Association of Ireland. David worked in one of the world's top 20 Global Arbitration Law firms, City of London based international law firm Clyde & Co; one of Ireland's leading financial services law firms, McCann FitzGerald; as well as a general practice law firm where he handled negligence cases involving medical malpractice deaths in psychiatric care, catastrophic brain injuries, commercial, employment and family law. Since leaving law, David has worked for one of Ireland's leading online marketplace portals and has advised on their international expansion strategy. David is the Club Secretary of a sports club with 400 members, the majority of whom are under 18 years of age. As Club Secretary David has managed the volunteer recruitment process to onboard people looking to get involved in the club.Co-FounderRowan is a member of the Insurance Institute of Ireland, and has held senior positions such as Compliance Officer and Chief Financial Officer in large multinational regulated Financial Service providers in both Ireland and the UK, in accordance with and by approval of the Central Bank of Ireland, under their Fitness and Probity Regime. He is a Board advisor to an Australian software Plc and an active mentor/adviser to a number of Irish and global start ups. From 2003 to 2013 Rowan provided award-winning online travel insurance to over 5 million individual consumers looking to quickly, easily and securely avail of online insurance cover, building up an unrivalled experience of providing a secure online product in a heavily regulated industry. Hailed as one of Ireland’s leading online technology specialists, in 2011 Rowan was a finalist in the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. As a football coach himself, Rowan has a passion to see grassroots organisations spend less time on paperwork, and more time on the activities that get them excited.
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