About us

Chartered Accountants Cork is a district society of Chartered Accountants Ireland which is the largest and longest established accountancy body in Ireland.

The Cork Society has over 2000 members and its objectives include;

  • Assisting members access relevant personal and professional development opportunities
  •  Supporting local members by providing networking events
  •  Developing chartered accountancy as a brand by means of local support and exposure. 
  •  Representing the views and interests of our members to the council and executive of Chartered Accountants Ireland
  •  Contributing to our local community and charitable causes in that community
  • Our members play an active role in the development of the Cork economy by working in the areas of finance, business and industry or by working in practice, offering expertise in audit, tax, accountancy and consultancy to a wide range of clients.

Cork Society Committee

Chartered Accountants Cork is run by a committee of up to 15 local members with 12 elected by an annual AGM, a student representative and two co-opted Council members. The committee elects a chairperson and treasurer each year. The committee is supported by the Regional Coordinator, Fiona Collins.

Position Person  
Chairman Nicola Quinn
PwC
Vice chairman Kevin Nyhan
AIB
Treasurer Ray Egan PwC
Committee member Sean Pierce ABM

James Fox
EY

Lorna Ryan
Deloitte
Eugene Boys KPMG 
Brendan McCarthy Green Circle Marketing
Niall MacLochlainn Retired
Karen Murphy CITCO
Frances Stafford Bank of Ireland
Killian O'Brien
O'Brien Crowley
Susan O'Sullivan
Itron
Rachel McCann
Grant Thornton
  Jonathon Moriarty
Apple

Sub committees

As well as the main committee, the society has four sub-committees as follows:

  • CSR
  • Training, Education & Careers ( incl. CPD )
  • Members’ Services and Communications
  • Chartered Accountants in Business

These sub-committees are chaired by a main committee member and membership is open to any society member who would like to be involved. It is a great way to be involved in activities without having to be on the main committee. It also allows members to be involved in an area that they may have a personal and professional interest in.

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If you have a query, please refer to our support & services page and contact the relevant department with your query.

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