CIPFA Republic of Ireland provides professional assistance to our members and promotes the objectives of CIPFA in Ireland.
CIPFA Republic of Ireland is the focal point for improving public finance, governance and performance in central government, local government or arm’s length bodies. We are here to help whether you want to become a qualified accountant, need help with a major governance issue, or need to improve your skills in governance, finance and related topics.
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Getting ready for the new charities SORP
CIPFA, in collaboration with ICTR (Irish Charities Tax Research), recently ran a half-day event in Dublin for charity trustees and staff, looking at developments in charity accounting, including changes to the new Charities SORPs (Statement of Recommended Practice).
CIPFA sets out measures to improve corporate governance in Irish government
CIPFA has urged the Irish government to implement a series of reforms to help improve its corporate governance. An event was held 2 September 2015 in Dublin to promote good governance. Read more.
CIPFA Republic of Ireland welcomes new member
Paul Brennan was welcomed as the first CIPFA member for many years in the Republic of Ireland at the AGM for the CIPFA ROI branch in Dublin on 27 March.
Brian Donnellan is the Head of CIPFA Ireland.
Jim Kelly, Dublin City Council (DCC) Senior Executive, CPFA, is the Chairman of CIPFA Republic of Ireland Branch.
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