PICTURES: Chartered Accountants – Cork Society hold briefing in Clayton Hotel Cork City

18 May 2017
By Tom O’Sullivan

Investment strategies and structures were the topics of the day at the Chartered Accountants Cork Society event held in the Clayton Hotel yesterday. The event covered a number of topics relevant to  Accountants in Cork. Speaking at the event was Clive Slattery, Pensions and Tax Consultants, as well as Andrew Fahy, and Dan Maroney of Investec.

What is Chartered Accountants – Cork Society?

Chartered Accountants – Cork Society is a “District Society” of Chartered Accountants Ireland, which is the largest and longest established accountancy body in Ireland.

The Cork Society has over 1,800 members and its objectives include;

  • Assisting members access relevant personal and professional development opportunities
  • Supporting local members by providing networking events
  • Developing Chartered Accountancy as a brand by means of local support and exposure.
  • Representing the views and interests of our members to the Council and Executive Chartered Accountants Ireland
  • Contributing to our local community and charitable causes in that community

Members play an active role in the development of the Cork economy by working in the areas of finance, business and industry or by working in practice,

Chartered Accountants Cork is run by a committee of up to 15 local members with 12 elected by an annual AGM ,a student representative and two co-opted Council members. The Committee elects a Chairperson andTreasurer each year. The Committee is supported by a professional local Coordinator, Fiona Collins

Eoin Hickey Hickey and Associates and Deirdre Harrington O’Donovan Keys. Photography by Gerard McCarthy
Clive Slattery pensions consultants and Nick Charalambous Alpha Wealth. Photography by Gerard McCarthy
Peter O’Donovan O’Donovan Keyes & Co and Fearghal Hayes Chartered Life. Photography by Gerard McCarthy
Brendan Murphy Brendan Murphy & Co and Michael Barry Michael Barry & Co Chartered Accountants. Photography by Gerard McCarthy

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