EisnerAmper Ireland | Frank Keane | Partner, Risk & Regulatory Ireland

EisnerAmper Global

Frank Keane

Frank is a member of the Board of EisnerAmper Global and a Partner in the Firm’s Risk & Regulatory Department.  In the Firm’s Risk & Regulatory Department he offers services to Irish and Internationally owned regulated Firms seeking authorisation from or who are interacting with, the Central Bank of Ireland.  Frank specialises in advisory and support of Governance and new regulatory matters and in that role he often provides Board and Senior Management workshops and training.

Frank also leads the provision of the Firm’s Training & Consulting services. Frank leads a team which consults upon, designs and delivers bespoke professional training programs to public and private sector organisations and internally, to our own professional staff. Frank has designed and delivered professional training programs for clients including government departments, leading law firms, educational institutions, Irish corporates, domestic credit unions and international banks.

Frank has been a long time lecturer on Chartered Accountants Ireland’s (“CAI”) Final Admitting Exams (“FAE”) program specialising in the delivery of the “Core” (multidisciplinary) papers. Frank has also acted as External Examiner for the Institute of Bankers and UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate School of Business. Frank was a former long standing member of Chartered Accountants Ireland’s Education & Life Long Learning Committee and has been awarded an Honorary Fellowship by the Institute of Art, Design and Technology (“IADT”). Frank has also had a number of books and study guides on Financial Statement Analysis published by the Institute of Bankers.


Frank, married with three sons enjoys keeping fit and reading.


Direct Dial +353 1 2933 450


Frank Keane

Partner Risk & Regulatory
6 The Courtyard Building
Carmanhall Road
Sandyford, Dublin 18

Direct: +353 1 2933 450

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