About Leinster Society

The 2017/2018 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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Leadership and Management

Society Toastmasters is the Toastmasters Club of the Leinster Society of Chartered Accountants Ireland. It is a mutually-supportive members club that has been delivering great value to its members for twenty seven years. Members learn techniques to develop and improve various aspects of their public speaking skill-set - including self-confidence, off-the-cuff speaking, speech writing, speech delivery and the oral evaluation of speeches that they have just heard. While many members join to improve their speaking skills for delivering presentations at work or for a speech at an upcoming event - the benefits are found in many other aspects of life. Some of our members have gone on to compete in speech contests in the club or in the wider Toastmasters organisation - but everyone enhances their public-speaking confidence. All members contribute to the life of the club by the roles that they take and through the speeches that they deliver. It may also fill a gap in your CPD portfolio. We meet at Chartered Accountants House every 2nd & 4th Thursday of the month at 7:00pm. Come along and see how you can benefit and what you can contribute! Visit our website, or email us if you wish to come.

Sep 27, 2017

Leinster and Munster renew their rivalry on Saturday the 7th of October at 14:00 in the Aviva Stadium. We are delighted to share with you a discount of over 20% on tickets for this upcoming game. Pick your own seats, and bring along the family/friends! We have two different ticket pricing options while seats are available. Premium tickets (South Stand) cost just €45 reduced from €60 and General admission stand tickets are priced at €27.50 reduced from €35. The service charge has also been waived, which gives means the above price is “all in”! To purchase tickets, simply click here, enter the promotional code and then create your account. You then select your preferred tickets and complete the purchase using a credit card. Once the purchase is complete you can then print off your match tickets. Match: Leinster v Munster, 7th October, 14.00 @ Aviva Stadium. Promotional code: LRBCT It is best operated on your pc and through Google Chrome, rather than on a mobile phone or tablet.

Sep 21, 2017

The Leinster Society’s annual GAA lunch, now in its 4th year, was held on Thursday 14th September 2017 in the 5th level Cusack Suite, Croke Park with just shy of 200 in attendance.  This year’s raffle was in aid of CA Support and over €5,700 was raised.  The raffle winners were: Winner Prize Colm Duggan, Ormsby Rhodes Voucher for the Cliff House Hotel Waterford John Fleming, Outlook Accountants 2 x IMI Masterclass Vouchers (value €450 each) Conor Bell, Ormsby Rhodes €200 voucher for the Travel Counsellors Barry Kerrigan, Mazars Signed Dublin Jersey Stephen Lillis, Bolt Capital Mayo Jersey Shane Kelly, PwC 2 tickets to any event at the 3 Arena Kevin Behan, Paddy Power Betfair Dinner for 2 with a bottle of wine in Stir Restaurant, Carlton Hotel Pat O’Shea, Mazars 2 night stay Clayton Hotel, Cardiff Lane An event commentary from our anonymous intrepid GAA supporter/hurler on the ditch Attendees were first treated to a welcome drink and when seated were given a rousing opening address by a man deeply imbued in GAA culture and heritage - could only be one man of course, our Chairman, Oliver Holt FCA. Some worthy pleading on behalf of CA Support were made along with some theatrics with the envelope to encourage monetary contributions to the raffle.  The Chairman then added further value for money with a CPD offering of the Premier’s greatest ‘live’ commentator Effin Eddie (if you don’t know Eddie search uTube!) stretching our vocabulary – certain words considered offbeat elsewhere are I believe terms of endearment down there, anyway, eat your heart out Marty. Introduced by RTE’s one and only Marty Morrissey, Sinead Donovan, Chair CA Support, spoke with elegance and poise on the good work being done by CA Support for our members in need. After dessert, Marty would not lie down, not in Croke Park anyway, and soon he was introducing the warring factions on what is probably the best panel yet seen at this event.  Dublin was represented by Tomas ‘Mossy’ Quinn, and Mayo, represented by James Horan – with moral support from he of the mighty Kingdom, Tomás Ó Sé, where they reportedly play hurling with All Ireland medals. Soon the battle was ‘red hot’, Marty staying largely out of the way )presumably thinking of his next conquests)  - many believed that Mayo would be happy with a draw, and few, if any, foreseeing that they would perish on a Rock - thoughts of some turning to four, five, six, seven in a row. The man from the Kingdom regaled us with a story about possibly the only free suit of clothes handed out by the Kerry camp, overlooking, it would seem, that the recipient won the All Ireland for Kerry the following year before disappearing Down Under again. A big thank you to Glennon for sponsoring the event, and we applaud Croke Park for providing us again with excellent hospitality and fare. Final thought is of a colleague also imbued with ‘GAA greatness’ who asked at a similar event some years back …where is Hill 16?  Thank you Chairman, and your organisers, for a great day out - going home is never easy after such great days, Looking forward to next year already!  Did we catch you on camera? Check here! Video highlights of the day coming soon See you next year!

Sep 21, 2017

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