Small is the new big
We’re a tiny Irish company — there's just two of us.
However, we work with clients big and small. We're flexible,
creative and experienced. We are completely independent and
always work in our clients' best interests. You’ll even be able
to remember our names.
Fiona is a qualified actuary, but don't let that put you
off. She is really very normal and easy to talk to. In
school, Fiona's favourite subject was maths and she wanted to
pursue a career that would allow her to make a living playing
with numbers. She founded
Rubicon Investment Consulting with
in 2005 and is the public face of Rubicon, where she
cultivates client relationships and conducts Rubicon's
Fiona started her career with Irish Pensions Trust. After a
brief stint in Friends Provident, she then spent 8 years at
Buck Consultants, before leaving to pursue a life-long
ambition of setting up her own business. Pensions should be
neither boring nor intimidating, and it is Fiona's personal
mission to change how they are perceived.
If she ever gets bored of pensions, Fiona's back-up plan is to
teach yoga. Or become a proof-reader of urban fantasy
novels. But for now, she is kept happily, if busily, occupied
with running Rubicon and running after her three small
Chief Technology Officer
Steven started his career in computing way back in 1989 when
he bought his first computer, an
He founded Rubicon Investment Consulting with
in 2005 and is now Rubicon's resident computer geek.
Before Rubicon, Steven attended
Dublin City University
(DCU), where he received a B.Sc. (first class honours) in
Computer Applications. After working as a Software Engineer at
Steven went back to academia at DCU, where he was awarded a
Ph.D. in Computing for his thesis entitled
Content-Based Retrieval of Melodies using Artificial Neural Networks.
Away from Rubicon, Steven's interests lie in concurrent,
parallel, and distributed computing. In particular, Artificial
Neural Networks and all things Internet-related. To his
friends' annoyance, he is a persistent
free and open-source software
evangelist. He also plays the guitar, is an aspiring runner
and enjoys spending time with his family.