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Conor Bell

Vice President

Conor Bell is a Vice President within Teneo’s Investor Relations team, based in New York.

Conor primarily supports clients with earnings preparation, financial research and analysis, investor targeting, and special situations including M&A and shareholder activism defense. He has experience working with clients in the financials, insurance, home appliances, industrials and chemicals industries. Based in Teneo’s global headquarters in New York, Conor has also spent time in Teneo’s Toronto, Canada office.

Conor obtained a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Queen’s University, Belfast, and subsequently qualified as a Chartered Accountant in Dublin. He is an Associate of the Institute of Chartered Accountants Ireland.

Prior to joining Teneo, he was an Audit Manager at Ormsby & Rhodes Chartered Accountants Dublin, one of Ireland’s top 20 accountancy firms, where he managed audits across a range of industries including hospitality, retail, manufacturing, investment management, education and charitable organizations.

He is a founding Trustee of The Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust (KBRT), a not-for-profit that repatriates those who die abroad in sudden or tragic circumstances to Ireland. Since its inception in 2013, the KBRT has repatriated more than 1,500 bodies to their families in Ireland.