14th April 2016
Cathal Cusack, partner at MSI's Irish accounting member firm Cusack Garvey, was recognised ACCA Accountant of the Year 2016. With over 30 years' experience in practice, Cathal is the designated auditor for a number of SMEs and has advised individuals and business owners through a number of recessions.
Cathal Cusack, received the ACCA Accountant of the Year Award at the ACCA’s annual Chairman’s Lunch hosted by Fergus Condon, ACCA Ireland Chairman.
Congratulating Cathal on his award, Fergus Condon, Chairman of ACCA Ireland said: “Cathal is a proud advocate for the ACCA, an active member of the ACCA practice Network Group who has, in the past, represented ACCA on the CRO’s Accountants Forum and CCABI’s Technical Co-ordinating Committee.”
Commenting on his award, Cathal Cusack said: “It is an honor to receive this award from the ACCA and my peers. Having trained as an ACCA over 25 years ago, this particular accounting qualification has afforded me an exciting and worthwhile career, with great opportunities and ability to influence change.”
With over 30 years’ experience in practice in both Ireland and the UK, Cathal has advised clients through a number of recessions. His range of expertise includes advising individuals and business owners on the tax impact of decisions, tax planning for non-resident individuals, the financial and exit plans of businesses, acquisitions, disposals, succession and retirement planning.
Cathal is a registered auditor and is the designated auditor for a number of SMEs. He also provides advice to smaller practices on audit issues and acts as audit regulatory assessor for the ACCA.
Cusack Garvey is a dynamic firm of Chartered Tax Advisers and Chartered Certified Accountants.
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