Board of Directors

The Board of Directors comprises:

Dan Murphy, Chairman

Mr Murphy holds an honours Law Degree from University College Cork and qualified as a solicitor in 1988. He was a partner in one of the larger Irish law practices from 1991 to 2009 when he left to establish his own firm, AMOSS Solicitors. He has specialised for over 25 years in property law, particularly in the acquisition, finance and development of major residential and commercial sites advising property developers both within Ireland and internationally. Mr Murphy has been a non-executive director of Ceravision Limited since 1998 and Chairman since 2002. He is a director and trustee of one of Ireland’s leading children’s charities, the Jack and Jill Children’s Foundation.

Tim Reynolds

Having gained over ten years banking experience working with early stage businesses and corporates through the Lloyds Bank Management Development Scheme (including running a number of London based Business Centres), Mr Reynolds decided to set up Ceravision. Since this time, he has set up a number of successful early stage businesses including Bletchley Park Capital Partners who have lead the redevelopment of Bletchley Park. Mr Reynolds is also Deputy Chairman of The National Museum of Computing at Bletchley Park, which houses Colossus, the world’s first computer.

Adel Saudi

Mr Saudi is a principal of ASA Consultants, and founder of Tuareg Capital. He is an ex-Director at United Bank for Commerce & Investment, Libya, Deputy Chairman of the Housing Bank for Trade & Finance, Algeria, and a board member of Jilavento, a significant real estate investor in Spain. Mr Saudi was a Senior Manager at Abu Dhabi Investment Company, co-managing a team responsible for investments in private equity, listed equities, real estate and alternative investments. He headed the post-acquisition department and was a member of the Credit and Investment and Alternative Investment Committees.

He was a founder of Medvest Holdings, Cyprus, a private investment house focused on emerging markets, private equity and investment banking. He has also worked at Kidder Peabody & Co, Arab Banking Corporation, International Bank of Asia Limited and Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. Mr Saudi holds a B.S. degree in Business Administration from Pepperdine University, California.

Abdulelah Mukred

Mr Mukred is a career banker with over 30 years of experience in banking and investment, with extensive knowledge in investment banking and asset management. He has held numerous senior positions at board levels, including being Chairman of a bank, Chairman of audit committees and Managing Director in a number of financial institutions in the Middle East. Mr Mukred holds a M. A. degree in Macro Economics from Boston University

Nigel Brooks

Mr Brooks is an Engineering Science graduate from Oxford University who has pursued a long and successful career as a Chartered Patent Agent.  He has worked in this capacity for Ceravision over many years advising on Ceravision's technology, drafting and submitting all the Company's patents.  He has extensive and demonstrable expertise across a variety of technologies and Intellectual Property matters.

Further Information

Future Applications

Light is now a value added utility in many sectors. Offering a wide spectral range and energy efficiency, Ceravision's HEP lighting technology has the flexibility to offer economic solutions in high value global markets.

HEP Lighting Technology

Ceravision’s High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) lighting technology, with its spectral output and efficiency, offers solutions in a range of applications and is perfect for horticulture grow-lighting.

Intellectual Property

Ceravision maintains an extensive Intellectual Property (“IP”) portfolio comprising Patents, Trade Marks and Design Rights.

Featured News

Ceravision's new UV420 is shown at Autopot Summer Special 18th - 19th August 2018


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The testing of Ceravision’s High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) lamps in Rothamsted has been underway now for four months. The testing compares Ceravision’s HEP lamps with legacy metal halide lamps and new LED systems and their impact upon the growth of wheat.