About Leinster Society

The 2018/2019 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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We are delighted to announce that we have shaken things up this year and have added four brand new categories to the Published Accounts Awards, giving entrants a fantastic 15 chances to win one of these prestigious awards. The brand new categories are: Sustained Excellence Award Best Newcomer Award Sustainability Award Diversity & Inclusion Award The awards will take place on Thursday 7 November in the Shelbourne Hotel.  Tickets are €90, or €900 for a table of 10. Entries for the awards, which are sponsored by Euronext, close on Friday 21 June 2019, so enter now!   For more information visit https://www.charteredaccountants.ie/Leinster/PAA

May 17, 2019

A fantastic night was had by all at our 90th Celebratory dinner last Friday in the Conrad Hotel. The food was splendid, Andrew Maxwell had the room in stitches and the dance floor was full within minutes of the band strumming their first note. Once again our loyal supporters showed that the Leinster Society doesn’t do things by halves and we raised a whopping €5,210 for our nominated charity CA Support. A sincere thank you to all of our very generous guests. Check out the photos of the night.

Apr 17, 2019

We had a full house at our Annual Rugby Lunch on Friday 8 March in the Aviva Stadium, sponsored by PeopleSource and Bank Of Ireland. The rugby fans were out in force and they were not disappointed. A drinks reception kicked off the day, followed by a delicious lunch. The highlight of the day was the guest panel we had led by Andy Dunne. Our VIP guests Mike Ross, Jenny Murphy, Fergus McFadden and Devin Toner shared their insights and opinions on everything from nights out and the downfalls of social media to surviving serious injuries on the pitch and predicting the score of the Ireland V France match that took place just two days later. The cherry on top was helping to raise a huge €5,150 for the IRFU Charitable Trust, who do stellar work in assisting severely injured rugby players in their everyday lives. Check out our photos of the day.

Mar 20, 2019