RegulationAccounting StandardsIrish CPA appoints new president

Irish CPA appoints new president

Brendan Allen appointed as the new president of Irish institute

The Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland has appointed
Brendan Allen as the new president of the institute.

Allen, from Dublin, has been a qualified certified public accountant since
1977.

He now specialises in property tax and is principal partner at Allen
Morrissey, a practice he founded in County Kildare.

Further reading:

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accountants

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