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Business Development and Client Service

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  • Amy D'Eugenio – Head of Business Development and Client Service

    Amy D'Eugenio leads Hermes EOS’ Business Development and Client Service team, which focuses on creating high value for those clients and organisations EOS works and interacts with. She has 12 years’ experience in professional services and has worked in the UK, the US and Australia. Her experience has centred on the design and implementation of development programmes for institutional clients across financial services, energy and resources, infrastructure and the public sector. Amy has a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Laws Honours degrees from the University of Adelaide.

  • Alan Fitzpatrick – Client Relations

    Alan Fitzpatrick works in Hermes EOS’ Business Development and Client Service team. He has over eight years’ experience of client relationship management in various capacities. Prior to joining Hermes EOS, Alan was a corporate account manager for a leading business rates adviser. He has also worked as a relationship manager and in a sales support capacity for one of the leading life assurance companies in Ireland with a focus on developing clients’ business. Alan holds a degree in Marketing from the Marketing Institute of Ireland and professional diplomas in Digital Marketing, Financial Advice and Retirement Planning.

  • Rochelle Giugni – Client Relations

    Rochelle Giugni works in Hermes EOS’ Business Development and Client Service team after previously engaging in the consumer goods and retail, financial services and utilities sectors. Prior to joining Hermes EOS, Rochelle worked for a prominent Australian-based corporate advisory firm providing transaction and forensic accounting services. She has worked extensively with distressed businesses and specialised in restructuring and corporate recovery, where she gained hands-on experience across sectors ranging from retail, property, hotel & leisure, agriculture & farming, through to banking & securities. Rochelle is a qualified chartered accountant and holds a degree in Commerce-Accounting and diploma in Business Administration from Macquarie University. She also holds the CFA’s Investment Management Certificate.

  • Nina Röhrbein – Reporting and Communications

    Nina Röhrbein focuses on client and external reporting and communications. Before joining Hermes EOS, she was the senior staff writer at Investment & Pensions Europe where she wrote extensively about pension legislation, asset management and environmental, social and governance issues across various jurisdictions. Prior to that, she was a reporter at Argus Media, covering global energy markets. She holds an MA in Newspaper Journalism from Nottingham Trent University and a BA Honours degree in English Literature and Linguistics from the University of Central Lancashire. She is fluent in English and German.

  • Lucy Saville – Client Relations

    Lucy Saville works in Hermes EOS’ Business Development and Client Service team. She has three years of account management experience, having previously led client services for a specialist recruitment company working with the top 100 law firms. Prior to that, Lucy was an account manager of major advertising agencies for a business insights provider. She has also worked as a researcher and features editor in marketing for the UK and US markets. She has a BA Honours degree in History of Art from Manchester.