Lunch Event

From November 7, 2013 at 12:00 to at 14:00

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Speaker: Brendan Lenihan, President of the Chartered Accountants Ireland on “The future role of the professional accountant in measuring and communicating economic reality and taking decisions to improve businesses”

CV: Brendan is a Chartered Accountant who has experience working as a Finance Director in industry, as a Partner in a global practice and also running his own small advisory practice. He is Group Finance Director at O’Flynn Group, a privately owned real estate company with assets in Ireland, UK, Spain and Germany. Within O’Flynn he has responsibility for financial, human resource and administrative matters including capital structure and banking relationships. Prior to joining the Group, he was a Partner with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting, with whom he qualified as Chartered Accountant and worked for 12 years in Ireland and the US. He was also principal of his own strategic planning and management consultancy firm for 5 years. Within the Irish Institute he has been both the Chair of the Members in Business Committee and also the Governance & Byelaws committee. He is President of Chartered Accountants Ireland and also Chairman of CCABI which is the body that represents all of the main professional accountancy bodies in Ireland. Brendan is aged 45, is married and has three young sons.

Presentation: Link to the video he showed

Press Coverage: Link to “The Irish Times” article

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