List of "C" authors

Veronica Canning

Veronica Canning

Veronica Canning is an internationally acclaimed motivational speaker, executive mentor and consultant, with 30 years’ experience working at senior level across a wide range of organisations in all sectors and of all sizes, from SMEs to multinationals and the public sector. With her considerable experience, Veronica works with high potential individuals addressing their challenges, including developing an executive presence and building or repairing their personal brands. She also designs and runs group programmes, customised to the challenges facing organisations. YOU® BRAND is Veronica’s seventh book; her other books include Shoeisms: A Working Woman's Guide to Taking Control.

John Casey

John Casey

John Casey is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and lectures at Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT), where he is programme director for the MBS in Accounting. He has a B.Comm. and an MSc in Finance and previously worked as an auditor with PwC. John has served as an examination moderator for the professional accounting institutes. He is a former committee member of the Irish Accounting and Finance Association (IAFA) and is currently a member of the AIB Centre for Finance and Business Research at WIT.

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Peter Clarke

Peter Clarke has a B. Comm. degree from University College Dublin and a MA (Economics) from the University of Manchester. In 1984, his PhD on non-compliance with taxation systems was awarded by University College Dublin. He is now Emeritus Professor in the UCD School of Business. A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Peter has also taught in the Universities of Rhode Island (USA), Lethbridge (Canada) and Nyenrode (the Netherlands), and at business schools in France, Cyprus and China.

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Norah Collender

Norah Collender is Tax Technical Manager with Chartered Accountants Ireland having previously worked for 10 years in ‘Big 4’ and small- to medium-sized professional firms. Norah is a member of the CCAB-I representation team on the TALC Audit and TALC Indirect subcommittees and is also involved in the development of the Chartered Tax Consultant professional qualification programme.

Ciaran Connolly

Ciaran Connolly

Ciaran Connolly is Professor of Accounting at Queen’s University Belfast and Subject Leader for the Accounting Group in Queen’s Management School. A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, he holds a DPhil from the University of Ulster and an MBA from Queen’s University Belfast. Ciaran’s main area of research is in the field of public services, particularly the financial and performance measurement aspects of the charity and public sectors, and he has published extensively in this area. He is currently on the board of a large Northern Ireland charity and was a member of the Department for Social Development (Northern Ireland)/Charity Commission for Northern Ireland Accounts and Reports Working Group during 2014 and 2015.

Derry Cotter

Derry Cotter

Derry Cotter is a Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland. At University College Cork, where he lectured in accounting for more than 30 years, he was a recipient of the President’s Excellence in Teaching award. He is extensively involved in the Chartered Accountants Ireland Student Education Programme, and has taught on the Final Admitting Examination in Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Galway. Derry, who trained as a Chartered Accountant with Ernst & Young, is an active researcher and has published works in the areas of Finance and Financial Reporting. In 2004, Derry published his first novel, Mary didn’t have a Mam. In 2008, his second novel, Great Eagle Wood, was published by Chartered Accountants Ireland. He is also the author of Problem Solving and the FAE.

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