New president at Irish institute

New president at Irish institute

Property investment guru to focus on plight of SMEs

Padraig O’Feinneadha has been appointed as the new president of the Institute
of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland.

O’Feinneadha is the managing director of First Choice Investments where he
manages a property portfolio in the UK and Ireland.

Commenting on his appointment, O’Feinneadha said, ‘During my year as
president I intend to highlight the many issues strangling the progress of SMEs
in Ireland today.
The Irish CPA has more than 5,000 members and students and is based in Dublin.

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