DUBLIN-based accountants Russell Brennan Keane have appointed of David Gleeson as its new managing partner, effective 1 February 2016.
He succeeds Liam Rattigan, who was head of the firm since 2004.
Gleeson became a partner of the firm in 2000. He specialises in corporate recovery and business support services and advises some of the largest and most successful clients of the firm.
Rattigan commented “I am delighted to pass the baton to David, who has been a core part of the firm’s leadership and services for a long number of years. I look forward to a new chapter of the firm and will continue to support David’s leadership as the firm continues to grow and develop.”
(L-R): Liam Rattigan with David Gleeson, new managing partner of Russell Brennan Keane
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