You can listen to each episode of the Accountancy Ireland Podcast below or you can subscribe to the Accountancy Ireland Podcast on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

Members in practice push through the pandemic

Tue, 03 Nov 2020 15:38:22 GMT

Liz Riley speaks to Wendy Merrigan, Conor Woods and James Kelliher about what obstacles they foresee for SMEs in 2021, how their businesses have coped in 2020 and the lessons they have learned during the pandemic.

Special episode: Budget 2021

Fri, 16 Oct 2020 09:32:31 GMT

Paul Dillion and Peter Vale talk to Norah Collender about tax supports for businesses as announced in Budget 2021 and have an interesting discussion on the state of play for Ireland in the context of international tax reform. Peter and Paul also share their experiences of running a business in a Level 3 restriction environment.

Special series: Taking the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy - Shaun McGlade

Fri, 21 Aug 2020 13:27:55 GMT

In this short, special series, we speak to members about the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy and how it has shaped their careers. In our final episode, we speak to Shaun McGlade, Managing Director of SMCG Ltd.

Special series: Taking the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy - Vera Sackitey

Fri, 21 Aug 2020 07:51:43 GMT

In this short, special series, we speak to members about the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy and how it has shaped their careers. In our third episode, we speak to Vera Sackitey, an Internal Auditor with PwC.

Special series: Taking the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy - Lucy Maher

Wed, 19 Aug 2020 07:48:46 GMT

In this short, special series, we speak to members about the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy and how it has shaped their careers. In this second episode, we speak to Lucy Maher, Senior Financial Accountant at Google.

Special series: Taking the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy - the experts

Tue, 18 Aug 2020 07:55:04 GMT

In this short, special series, we speak to members about the flexible route to Chartered Accountancy and how it has shaped their careers. In this first episode, we speak to the experts in Chartered Accountants Ireland about a recent announcement from the Head of Education Delivery, the benefits of the flexible route and what it means for employers.

Leading through the COVID-19 crisis

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 10:01:11 GMT

Liz Riley speaks to Shauna Burns, Managing Director of Beyond Business Travel and Tia Crowley, CEO of Western Care about the COVID-19 crisis, what it has done to their businesses and how they are leading their organisations through the crisis.

Special Brexit episode: what does Brexit mean for members? July 2020

Wed, 01 Jul 2020 09:46:14 GMT

The EU & UK are gearing up for a month of intense face-to-face negotiations and it is said that the delivery of a deal by the end of the summer is a top priority for both sides, but the outcome of Brexit negotiations is a mystery yet again. In this episode, Liam Lynch, Aidan Lambe and Alan Gourley discuss with Liz Riley what they means for Chartered Accountants on the island of Ireland.

A chat with business leaders - May 2020

Fri, 01 May 2020 07:54:01 GMT

In this epsiode, we speak to Ronan Dunne, Sharon Cunningham and Michael Cawley about the path they took to their success, how they are continuing to work during this lockdown and their view of the “new normal”.

Collaboration - March 2020

Thu, 12 Mar 2020 12:54:17 GMT

Maighread Kelly (Collaboration Ireland), Susan Rossney (Chartered Accountants Ireland) and Teresa Stapleton (Stapleton Coaching) talk to Accountancy Ireland and tell the real story behind collaboration and how you can make it work in your career, organisation and global movements.

Brexit: what does it mean for our members?

Wed, 05 Feb 2020 10:01:39 GMT

On this special episode of the Accountancy Ireland Podcast, Liz Riley talks to Aidan Lambe, Akriti Gupta, Ronan O'Loughlin and Zara Duffy about what Brexit and this transition period means for members of Chartered Accountants Ireland, the future of audit and what the Institute can do for you.

Charities and non-profits - December 2019

Mon, 09 Dec 2019 13:40:11 GMT

Liz Riley speaks to Michael Wickham Moriarty, Paula Nyland and Tony Ward about the role charities and non-profits play in Irish society, the importance of transparency in the sector and how Chartered Accountants can get involved.

Budget 2020 analysis

Wed, 09 Oct 2019 16:10:15 GMT

Kimberley Rowan, Tax Manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland, Peter Reilly, Tax Partner in PwC, and Paul Dillon, Council Member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and Tax Partner at Duignan Carthy O'Neill analyse Budget 2020.

Brexit and the Northern Ireland agri-food industry - Sept 2019

Wed, 11 Sep 2019 09:07:35 GMT

In this month’s episode, guest host Garry Webb speaks to Maybeth Shaw, Tax Partner in BDO Northern Ireland and Ivor Ferguson, President of the Ulster Farmers Union, about what the sector can expect come 31 October and where it goes from there.

Sustainability and climate change - August 2019

Thu, 01 Aug 2019 07:49:54 GMT

Kate van der Merwe, Lorraine McCann and Cróna Clohisey discuss why accountants should care about climate change. The panel also examines the Government's Climate Action Plan and explores how the profession can help create a sustainable future.

The future of the profession - July 2019

Mon, 01 Jul 2019 12:33:00 GMT

Brian Murphy, Director of Audit and Assurance in Deloitte, Susan O'Reilly, Group Financial Controller of EMEA Operations in Microsoft, and Joe Carroll, Head of Professional Development in Chartered Accountants Ireland, talk about what has changing and what is the future of the accountancy profession.

Members in sport - May 2019

Wed, 01 May 2019 08:10:08 GMT

Liz Riley talks to three of elite athletes -- Chloe Watkins, Irish hockey; Tony Og Regan, performance psychologist and former-Galway senior hurler; and Dan Morrissey, Limerick senior hurler -- about their careers as Chartered Accountants, their successes on and off the pitch and how sport has shaped their lives and careers.

Influence Leadership Conference 2019

Tue, 30 Apr 2019 07:45:04 GMT

In this special episode of the Accountancy Ireland Podcast, we speak to three speakers from the Chartered Accountants Ireland Influence Leadership Conference, taking place in Lyrath Estate, Kilkenny, 10 May. David W Duffy, Kingsley Aikins and Loretta Dignam spoke to Liz Riley about how the new way of working has revolutionised the profession and what that means for Chartered Accountants.

Leadership - March 2019

Fri, 01 Mar 2019 09:14:48 GMT

Accountancy Ireland talks to Helen Brophy, John McNamara and Tadhg Young about what makes a good leader in times of crisis and volatility, what leadership means today and how that compares to our leaders 30 years ago.

Future of work - January 2019

Fri, 25 Jan 2019 10:57:03 GMT

In the January 2019 Accountancy Ireland Podcast, we consider what the future of work might hold for organisations and their people. We speak to Kevin Empey from WorkMatters, John Fitzgerald from Harmonics Group and Kieran Moynihan from Board Excellence about what the future of work will mean for your career.

Pensions - October 2018

Thu, 01 Nov 2018 11:50:35 GMT

In this episode we discuss pensions. Are we in a pension crisis? What is auto-enrolment and will it hinder or help? Why don’t young people invest in their futures with pension products and how might Brexit affect those with pension investments in the UK? Liz Riley welcomes Crona Clohisey, manager in tax and public policy at Chartered Accountants Ireland, Munro O’Dwyer, Partner at PwC, and Gillian Ryan, Strategic Business Manager at Standard Life into the studio.

Accountancy Ireland Podcast Budget 2019

Wed, 10 Oct 2018 15:08:46 GMT

Crona Clohisey and Norah Collender of Chartered Accountants Ireland and Paul Dillon of Duignan Carthy O'Neill discuss Budget 2019.

SMEs - August 2019

Mon, 03 Sep 2018 10:34:38 GMT

In this episode, our three experts discuss SMEs - how can they succeed, refine their strategy and assess their risks with limited resources? We welcome Niamh Davenport, Dr Gerry Gallagher, and Grainne Madden in the studio.

Leadership in the 21st century - June 2018

Fri, 06 Jul 2018 09:12:02 GMT

In this episode of the Accountancy Ireland Podcast, we talk about leadership in the 21st century with Susan Hayes Culleton, Lynda Carroll and Karin Lanigan.

GDPR - April 2018

Tue, 17 Apr 2018 14:01:13 GMT

GDPR – What is it? Who has to comply? What does this mean for my business? Accountancy Ireland talks to Peter Bolger of LK Shields, Gavin Doherty from 247 Meetings and Niall Tierney from Tierney IP to get your questions answered in this special GDPR podcast.

The power of the cloud - February 2018

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 13:56:55 GMT

Liz Riley talks to Jackie Hennessy, Director of Risk Consulting at KPMG, Leonard McAuliffe, Director of Cyber Security and forensics at PwC and Ross Spelman, Cyber Risk Services at Deloitte Ireland about cloud computing and what it can do for businesses in Ireland.

Ethics in business - December 2017

Mon, 08 Jan 2018 13:51:50 GMT

Liz Riley speaks to Michael Wickham Moriarty, Head of Finance at the Central Remedial Clinic; Niamh Brennan, Professor of management at UCD, and Niall Fitzgerald, Head of Ethics and Governance at Chartered Accountants Ireland about the state of ethics in business today.

Brexit - October 2017

Thu, 09 Nov 2017 10:56:05 GMT

Liz Riley talks about Brexit and it's implications and opportunities for the island of Ireland with Crona Brady, Michael Farrell and Barry Kieran.

Budget 2018 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Thu, 12 Oct 2017 10:37:02 GMT

Norah Collender, Paul Dillon and Colin Smith discuss the details of Budget 2018.

Regulation - June 2017

Fri, 14 Jul 2017 10:43:12 GMT

Muireann Reedy, Dargan FitzGerald and Aidan Lambe discuss regulation in Ireland on the June 2017 podcast.

Diversity - April 2017

Sat, 01 Apr 2017 08:36:00 GMT

Is diversity good for business, really? Aoife Flood, PwC, Claire Fitzpatrick, Red Planet, and Mark Fenton, MASF Consulting, discuss the benefits and challenges when encouraging diversity in the workplace.

Future of the profession - February 2017

Wed, 01 Feb 2017 15:29:00 GMT

President Liam Lynch, ethic expert Penelope Kenny and recruitment specialist Ed Heffernan talk about the future of the accountancy profession in this round-table discussion.

December 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Thu, 01 Dec 2016 15:29:00 GMT

In this month's podcast, Accountancy Ireland talks to Heather Briers about how you can get involved in CAVA; Kerri O'Connell about the burden the current tax regime puts on SMEs; and Ita Gibney about communication planning for your business.

Budget 2017 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Wed, 12 Oct 2016 14:29:00 GMT

Paul Dillion, Tax Partner in Duignan Cathy O'Neill and Chartered Accountants Ireland Council member, Norah Collender, Tax Technical Manager and Crona Brady, Tax Manager in Chartered Accountants Ireland discuss the key points of Budget 2017.

October 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Sat, 01 Oct 2016 14:29:00 GMT

Accountancy Ireland talks to Des Peelo, author of the second edition of Valuation of Businesses and Shares, about the changing landscape of business valuations. We also discuss the US Presidential election and what that could mean to Ireland with Feargal O'Rourke.

August 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Mon, 01 Aug 2016 14:29:00 GMT

In the August Accountancy Ireland Podcast, Mark Kennedy explains how Ireland can position itself well leading up to Britian's exit from the EU, Penelope Kenny discusses the importance of whistleblowing programmes and John Glennon takes us on the journey from SME to international firm.

June 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 14:29:00 GMT

Interviews with Peter Vale about transparency in the EU, Niall Quinn preps us for a media interview, Ros O'Shea talks about the lack of ethical leaders in business and Alan Baldwin takes us through dilapidations.

April 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Fri, 01 Apr 2016 19:51:00 GMT

Liz Riley talks to Barry Doyle, CFO at XSellco, about his success as a young Chartered Accountant; Sarah Conroy, Partner at Beale & Company, discusses the importance of having terms of engagement with your clients; and Gina London, communication expert, helps you enhance your executive presence.

February 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Mon, 01 Feb 2016 20:51:00 GMT

Liz Riley talks to Garrett Cronin from PWC about improving the finance function; Caroline Pope explains the benefits of non-financial reporting; and David Fox discusses his emigration back to Ireland from Australia.

December 2015 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Tue, 01 Dec 2015 15:29:00 GMT

Liz Riley talks to Penelope Kenny about the struggle to get a good ethical culture in organisations; discusses the riskiness of bonds with Brian Murphy; and explores the complexities of integration management with Dr Nicholas Ingle.

Budget 2016 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Wed, 14 Oct 2015 14:29:00 GMT

Liam Lynch, Tax Partner and Head of Insurance at KPMG and Deputy President of Chartered Accountants Ireland; Kim Rowan, Tax Manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland; and Paul Dillon, Tax Partner at Duignan Carthy O'Neill, discuss Budget 2016.

October 2015 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Thu, 01 Oct 2015 14:29:00 GMT

Interviews with Niall May, Audit, Advisory and Assurance Partner at Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, about the new role of the internal auditor; Kim Rowan, tax manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland, on iXBRL; and Ed Heffernan talks about making a career change.

August 2015 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Sat, 01 Aug 2015 14:29:00 GMT

Ian Mitchell from Eighty20 Focus gives a few tips on creating a harmonious working relationship with your partner; James McNally from PwC discusses how tax practitioners can make the tax function more of a strategic asset and Dawn Leane, HR Director for Chartered Accountants Ireland talks about the importance of Chartered Accountants Support.

June 2015 Accountancy Ireland Podcast

Mon, 01 Jun 2015 14:29:00 GMT

Chartered Accountants Ireland Deputy President Liam Lynch talks about Strategy 2020; Stephen Tormey talks to delegates at the annual conference; and Daisy Downes, outgoing-managing editor of Accountancy Ireland, recalls her time at the Institute.