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Institute News

19 Jun

CPA Ireland discuss key topics with Taoiseach Leo Varadkar

 

 

At the recent CPA Ireland Annual Conference held in May, Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar met with Rachel Grimes, President of IFAC; Cormac Mohan, President, CPA Ireland and Eamonn Siggins, CEO, CPA Ireland.

An informative and collaborative discussion was held with the Taoiseach in relation on a variety of key issues currently affecting the accountancy sector.

CPA Ireland raised the need for the revision and updating of the Leaving Certificate accountancy syllabus to make it more current and dynamic, greater recognition and clarification of the term accountant in the public arena, and the need for a re balance of government policy in favor of the SME sector and Irish Indigenous businesses. 

CPA Ireland would like to work with the Government and stakeholders to address the needed changes in policy in the above areas and ensure a vibrant and progressive future for all concerned.

 

Pictured at the CPA Ireland Annual Conference - Rachel Grimes, President of IFAC, An Taoiseach, Leo Varadkar & Cormac Mohan, President of CPA Ireland.


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