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Tuesday 21 May 2019

Chartered accountants’ president visits Wexford

Dervla Tierney, Ronan Tierney, Becky Bristow and guest speaker Feargal McCormack, national president, Chartered Accountants Ireland
Dervla Tierney, Ronan Tierney, Becky Bristow and guest speaker Feargal McCormack, national president, Chartered Accountants Ireland

Pádraig Byrne

The national president of Chartered Accountants Ireland paid a visit to Wexford last week on the invitation of colleagues at Price Waterhouse Cooper (PwC) in Cornmarket.

A native of Warrenpoint, Co Down, Feargal McCormack made the long journey south to Wexford for a special event organised alongside Billy Sweetman of PwC Wexford.

Mr McCormack was delighted to speak at a special members dinner at the Thomas Moore Tavern on Wednesday evening, giving local Chartered Accountants Ireland members in Wexford the opportunity to meet with their president and network with other CAI members from right across the county. There was a wonderful atmosphere on the night and it was enjoyed by all.

As well as attending the members dinner, Mr McCormack also made an inspirational speech to sixth year students of the Loreto Secondary School, not only on the career opportunities that a career as a chartered accountant can offer, but also on becoming the best people they can in life.

Mr McCormack was said to have enjoyed his trip to Wexford and is hoping to return again in the near future.

Enniscorthy Guardian

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