Principals in Newry meet to discuss career opportunities in Chartered Accountancy

Oct 19, 2018

Principals from many of the main schools in the Newry area came together this week to meet with representatives of Chartered Accountants Ireland to talk about career opportunities for local pupils in the Chartered Accountancy profession.

President of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Feargal McCormack welcomed representatives from local secondary schools and from Southern Regional College to discuss the Chartered Accountancy qualification and how they can work together to produce a new generation of business leaders.

Pictured at the Canal Court Hotel are (from left) Garry Webb, Chartered Accountants Ireland; Margo Cosgrove, St Mary’s High School; Niall Harkin, Chartered Accountants Ulster Society; Maggie Grant, Southern Regional College; Sean Sloan, Abbey Grammar School; Karen Hewitt, Chartered Accountants Ireland; Jarlath Burns, St Paul’s High School; Feargal McCormack, Chartered Accountants Ireland; Cormac McKinney, St Colman’s College; Fiona McAlinden, Our Lady’s Grammar School; Zara Duffy, Chartered Accountants Ireland; Sinead Fox-Hamilton, Chartered Accountants Ireland; Ronan O’Loughlin, Chartered Accountants Ireland; and Una McNulty, St Mark’s High School, Warrenpoint.

Note to editors:  Chartered Accountants Ireland is Ireland’s biggest and fastest growing professional accountancy body, with 26,500 members across the globe. It is the voice of the accountancy profession on the island of Ireland.

Reference: Garry Webb, Chartered Accountants Ireland, 07841 152045