Brian is a Semi-Senior in the firm’s Advisory team. Brian provides advisory and accounting services to the firm’s Irish and international clients.
Brian graduated from Dublin City University (DCU) in 2015 with a Masters in Electronic Commerce, which was focused on creating more efficient business processes and gathering detailed statistical data through the integration of IT systems. Brian also holds an honours Degree in Business and Management from Maynooth University.
Brian previously worked as a Production Manager for a Dublin based manufacturing company where his responsibilities included the orchestration and delegation of daily operations, liaising with clients regarding project specifics as well as reporting progress and efficiency modifications.
Brian also set up and successfully ran his own business for a number of years manufacturing bespoke interiors for both private and commercial clients . In doing so, Brian developed skills in relation to all aspects of business management, ranging from sourcing business, consulting with clients, assessing requirements, stock taking and ordering of materials, delegation of project actions and outsourcing accordingly to enhance efficiencies.
Brian’s experience has given him an in-depth knowledge into business processes making him a valuable asset to the Advisory team.
Brian enjoys keeping fit by playing soccer and going to the gym. He is also an avid golfer and enjoys following Dublin GAA and travelling. Brian played a key role organising both the 2010 European Transplant Games (golf) and the 2012 Five Nations Golf Tournament which were set up to demonstrate the physical success of transplant surgery and to raise awareness of the need to increase organ donation.
Brian has also taken part in many charity events and more recently has undertaken soup runs with St Vincent De Paul in order to help provide comfort as well as raise awareness for the homeless.
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