New Practitioners' Forum

Registration is full.

Have you set up your own Practice or joined an existing firm as a partner over recent years? If so, join us at this forum where we will cover the key issues that will assist you to grow your firm and take it to the next level. This course is in planning and further information will follow

Venue details:  
Chartered Accountants House, 47-49 Pearse Street, Dublin
Start date & time:  
01 October 2020 09:30
End date & time:  
01 October 2020 13:30
By registering for this course you have accepted the terms and conditions
Training ticket cost:  
CPD hours:  
Speaker details
First nameLast name
Conal Kennedy
Jeremy Twomey


Product type:  
CPD course
Governance and ethics, Practice and business improvement

Who should attend

This course is suitable for members who have either started their own practice, or been admitted as a Partner to an existing firm, either in the Republic or Northern Ireland over the last ten years

Course overview

This course is in planning and further information will follow

Key learning outcomes

By the end of this course, participant will be able to:

This course is in planning and further information will follow.

Speaker Bios

Conal Kennedy

Conal is Head of Practice Consulting in Chartered Accountants Ireland. He and his team provide advice and support to practices throughout Ireland, and publish a range of practice toolkits covering Anti Money Laundering, Audit, Accounting and Compliance. Over a ten year period in Practice Consulting, Conal has coached and advised many practices through major change events such as mergers, acquisitions and retirements. He has also advised on practice development and marketing

Jeremy Twomey

Jeremy in his role as Practice Consulting Manager works to support our member practitioners across our service areas, with a particular focus on compliance support, training and our associated advisory services. Jeremy is a Fellow of the Institute, having trained with Ernst & Young; he has held senior management positions across both financial and professional services, as well as the public sector.