Conor Killeen: Running for the plane
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Conor Killeen: Running for the plane

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Even in banking there probably hasn’t ever been a time when you would have expected to be asked if you had a private income when interviewing for your first proper job. But that is what happened to Conor Killeen.

He had gone to New York on a student visa in 1982 and worked as an intern at First Boston. 


Conor Killeen

“I had no idea,” he says. “I bumped into a fellow in the Shelburne Hotel who was trying to get into some business with First Boston, so I went onto their graduate training programme. I wondered if the visa was going to be a bit of a problem and I had thought that I would end up working in the UK, but I was headhunted by Schroders in New York.”

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