Recounting: The First One Hundred Years of the Ulster Society


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Summary
This book by Don Anderson marks the Centenary of the Ulster Society of Chartered Accountants, a district society of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Ireland's oldest and largest professional body of accountants.

ISBN:  978-0-903854-37-5
Published:  31/12/2006
Format:  Hardback, 164 pages
Price: €20.00   
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Description

Product type:  
Book
Category:  
Research & analysis
Who is this for:  Academics and historians
Edition:  1st
Copyright date:  31/12/2006
Weight:   0.805 kg
Dimension:  220 mm X 265 mm
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Recounting draws on archives of minutes, photographs, letters and newspaper clippings collected by the Ulster Society over its first 100 years, as well as the personal testimony of members.

The book highlights important moments and events throughout the years showing the role that Chartered Accountants played in the growth of the local economy through what was undoubtedly a turbulent century for Northern Ireland.

With a membership of over 3,000, the Society is more active than ever, both in providing events and services for its members and in contributing to local life. Recounting is a celebration of the Society's achievements and a motivation for successes to come in the next 100 years.

For further information contact publishing@charteredaccountants.ie or telephone on (+353) 01 637 7204

The Author

Don Anderson has been a network television reporter for BBC Television News based in London, and was the first programme controller of Downtown Radio and then Head of Radio in BBC Northern Ireland. He is past chairman of the Royal Television Centre in Northern Ireland, a past president of the Northern Ireland Council of the European Movement, a member of one of the cross-border bodies (Food Safety Promotion Board) and a governor of Lagan College. He is a Visiting Professor of the University of Ulster Faculty of Health and Life Sciences. His previous publications include Heatshield, a novel (Pan Books, London), and 14 May Days, a history of the UWC strike (Gill & Macmillan, Dublin).