About Leinster Society

The 2019/2020 Leinster Society committee comprises of twelve elected members representing a mix of Chartered Accountants from industry and practice. Additionally, the monthly meetings are attended by the Leinster Society manager, executive, our secretary, two CASSD representatives and a Young Professional's representative.

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Notice is hereby given that the 92nd Annual General Meeting of Leinster Society of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland will be held at 4.00pm on Friday, 12th June 2020 at Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin 2. Agenda To approve the minutes of the 91st Annual General Meeting held on Friday 14th June 2019 To receive and, if approved, adopt the Report of the Committee and Audited Financial Statements for the year ended 31 December 2019 To elect members to the Committee To elect Honorary Auditors for 2020/2021 To appoint additional Scrutineers for the 2021 ballot, if necessary Introduction of Incoming Chairman and Vice Chairman Any other business By order of the Committee Jilly Harvey Honorary Secretary          17 April 2020 Please note, the above Annual General Meeting of Leinster Society of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland is subject to postponement as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic. Register your attendance Download the nomination notice

Apr 24, 2020

Dalata Hotel Group has been announced as the Overall Winner of this year’s Chartered Accountants Leinster Society Published Accounts Awards, in addition to winning the ‘Small/medium quoted company’ Award category. Now in its 42nd year, the awards, which are sponsored by Euronext took place at a special gala evening event on Thursday 7 November 2019, attended by over 350 business professionals in The Shelbourne Hotel, Dublin. Speaking at the Published Accounts Awards, the Chairman of Chartered Accountants Leinster Society, Brian Murphy said: “This evening showcases the best in Irish Corporate Reporting. Through these awards we seek to recognise and congratulate the work done every day by our members in their roles in companies, state bodies and charitable organisations, large and small throughout Ireland in an ever changing regulatory environment to convey transparent, relevant and useful information to all stakeholders.” Also speaking on the evening, Head of Equity Listing Ireland at Euronext, Orla O’Gorman, said: “The annual report continues to be one of the most powerful communication tools that a company has when engaging with stakeholders. It enables companies to reflect on their financial performance, as well as their non-financial performance - which is of increasing relevance with today’s ESG agenda. Companies who excel in reporting build trust with stakeholders and we believe it is important to recognise and reward their excellence through these awards that we are delighted to sponsor.” A total of 35 public and private companies, including not-for-profit organisations competed as finalists across fourteen distinct award categories. Among the category winners were CRH, which took the award for Large Quoted Company and Grafton Group, who won the ‘Irish Companies listed on a Foreign Market’ Award. In the ‘Euronext Growth Award’ category, Origin enterprises claimed first place. Three brand new awards were debuted on the evening – the Sustainability award which went to Kerry Group along with the award for Best Digital Reporting; the Diversity & Inclusion award which was scooped up by Central Bank of Ireland, and the award for Sustained Excellence which had two winners in Barnardos and Kingspan. ESB once again maintained its remarkable track record, winning the ‘Statutory Unquoted Large Entities’ Award for the ninth time. In the ‘Not-For-Profit’ Award categories, Trocaire and Aidlink came out on top among the various finalists. And in the final two awards on the night, Kenmare Resources came out winners in the ‘Social Responsibility Reporting Award with Concern Worldwide scooping the ‘Branding, Communication & Marketing’ Award category for the presentation and design of its financial accounts. The full list of award winners is as follows: Awards Winner Overall Winner Dalata Hotel Group Sustainability Award Kerry Group Diversity & Inclusion Award Central Bank of Ireland Best Digital Reporting Award Kerry Group Best Social Responsibility Reporting Award Kenmare Resources Best Branding Communication and Marketing Award Concern Worldwide Small/Medium not-for-profit Aidlink Large not-for-profit Trocaire Company listed on a foreign market Grafton Group Statutory Unquoted Large Entity ESB Euronext Growth Award Origin Enterprises Small/Medium Quoted Company Dalata Hotel Group Large Quoted Company CRH plc Sustained Excellence Award Barnardos   Kingspan You can see photos from the night on Flickr. ENDS

Nov 08, 2019

This year’s shortlist includes a total of 36 public and private companies, including not-for-profit organisations. The winners will be announced at a special gala evening event, taking place in The Shelbourne Hotel on Thursday 7 November 2019 commencing at 7.30pm with Mario Rosenstock as MC. Congratulations to all of our finalists, we wish them the best of luck on the night!  Small / Medium Quoted Company Dalata Hotel Group Glenveagh Properties Irish Continental Group Kenmare Resources Permanent TSB Large Quoted Company AIB C&C Group CRH Glanbia Hibernia REIT Kerry Group Kingspan Group Company Listed on a Foreign Market DCC Grafton Group UDG Healthcare Euronext Growth Award Malin Corporation Origin Enterprises Total Produce Statutory Unquoted Large Entity daa EirGrid ESB Large Not-For-Profit Barnardos Concern Worldwide Trócaire Small / Medium Not-For-Profit Aidlink Barretstown The Care Trust In addition to the category awards, there are four other awards, consisting of an Overall Winner’s Award from across all categories, a Social Responsibility Reporting Award, a Branding, Communication & Marketing Award and an award for Best Digital Reporting. We have also introduced four brand new categories to this year’s awards: A Sustained Excellence Award, a Best Newcomer Award, a Sustainability Award and a Diversity & Inclusion Award. All shortlisted companies qualify for consideration for the additional awards, and we have also shortlisted the following additional companies for consideration: Bord na Móna Bank of Ireland Central Bank of Ireland CPL Resources FBD Holdings Hostelworld Group RTÉ SEAI Tusla Child and Family Agency Tickets are on sale now for this event. For more information email leinstersociety@charteredaccountants.ie

Oct 03, 2019