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24 Jan, 2018

Ifac appoint Head of Food & AgriBusiness

ifac, the top 10 professional services provider, are delighted to announce the appointment of David Leydon as Head of Food & AgriBusiness. David will lead the Food & AgriBusiness team and provide a range of professional services to the sector.

ifac, the top 10 professional services provider, are delighted to announce the appointment of David Leydon as Head of Food & AgriBusiness. David will lead the Food & AgriBusiness team and provide a range of professional services to the sector.

Speaking at the announcement, John Donoghue, CEO of ifac, noted, “David comes with a wealth of experience having spent the last 11 years in the Irish Farmers Journal, most recently in the role of Commercial Director. As the largest supplier of professional services to farmers we are now very ambitious to build on our existing footprint in the food and agribusiness sector. We believe there is a great opportunity to provide critical services to this sector in key areas of tax, financial accounting and auditing”.

David Leydon, commented, “ifac are a very progressive professional services firm and I’m delighted to be joining to help grow their food and agribusiness portfolio. With deep roots in the sector and significant expertise in professional services ifac are in an ideal position to add real value to progressive food and agribusiness companies”.

About ifac ifac is Irelands 10th largest professional services firm by turnover and largest by client number. Founded over 40 years ago ifac provide quality taxation advisory, audit, financial accounting, management accounting, business planning and book-keeping services. ifac operate from more than 30 offices nationwide.

About David Leydon David Leydon worked with the Irish Farmers Journal for the past 11 years. He was Commercial Director for the group for the past 4 years. He has an MSC in Business and IT from DCU and an MBA from Henley Business School in London.

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