Noreen Doyle currently serves as an independent non-executive director on the board of Credit Suisse Group (Zurich) and is Chair of the Board or Credit Suisse International and Credit Suisse Securities Europe Ltd, its PRA regulated UK bank and broker dealer. She also serves as a non-executive director of Newmont Mining Corporation (Denver) and QinetiQ, the UK defense technology and security firm. From 2005 through 2012 she was a director of Rexam PLC, the global consumer packaging company. Ms. Doyle is a member of the Advisory Panels for the Macquarie European Infrastructure Fund and Macquarie Renaissance Infrastructure Fund. In addition, she is Chair of the Board of Governors of Marymount International School London, and a director of the Sarita Kenedy East Foundation (New York). Ms. Doyle is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations.
In August 2005, Noreen completed her four-year term as First Vice President of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development. As head of the banking department and number two at the bank, she was responsible for the EBRD’s portfolio of loans and equity investments in the twenty-seven countries of Eastern Europe and the CIS. Ms. Doyle chaired the bank’s Operations Committee and was a member of the Executive Committee. Prior to her appointment as First Vice President, Ms. Doyle was firm wide head of Risk Management where she had a significant role in establishing procedures to ensure the appropriate level of protection for the balance sheet of the newly created (1991) international financial institution. She joined the bank in 1992 to set up its syndications function.
Before joining the EBRD, Noreen had a distinguished career at Bankers Trust Company (now Deutsche Bank). Her assignments – in New York, Houston, and London – spanned corporate finance and leveraged financing with a concentration in oil, gas and mining.
Noreen has a BA from the College of Mount Saint Vincent, Riverdale, New York, where she served on the Board of Trustees for eleven years including three years as Chair; and an MBA from Tuck School at Dartmouth College, where she served on the Board of Overseers. She is a US and Irish citizen.