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Our teams across the country are highly experienced professionals who are committed to delivering excellent services to our clients. Our Dublin office is our head office and is located in Bluebell on the Old Naas Road and is home to a variety of staff from all ifac departments. Feel free to send on any queries and we will get back to you or give us a call.
Senior Team Dublin
Martin Glennon is ifac’s Head of Financial Planning. With the QFA, SIA and CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ designations under his belt, along with 30 years’ experience, Martin specialises in providing advice on retirement planning, protecting families & business, and investments. Martin is a past President of the LIA (the educational body for the life and pensions industry) and continues to lecture students who are studying to be Qualified Financial Advisers (QFA).
David Leydon is ifac’s Head of Food & AgriBusiness. David has a wealth of experience in the food and agribusiness sector and looks forward to working with many progressive businesses helping them to achieve their goals. ifac have the specialist team of financial accountants, tax experts, audit and pension to help food and agribusinesses succeed. David worked with the Irish Farmers Journal for 11 years and was Commercial Director for the group from 2013 to 2017. David has an MSc in Business and IT from DCU and an MBA from Henley Business School in London. You can reach David on 0879908227 or email email@example.com.
Richard Hart joined ifac in 2015 and is ifac’s Head of IT and Software Development. He is a Chartered IT professional with over 25 years’ experience in Information Technology, working with businesses across many industries including financial services, telecoms and utilities. After studying Computer Science in Nottingham, Richard started work as a programmer and has since held a vast range of positions from software developer to project manager and CTO. Richard has a BSc (Hons) in Digital Technology, Design and Innovation from Technology University Dublin and an MBA from the University of Liverpool and is currently furthering his education studying as MSc in Data Analytics. Richard is a keen sportsman and coaches triathletes as well as partaking in Ironman competitions. He is also currently building a kit car.
Shane Harrington joined ifac in 1999 as a member of our Bookkeeper Administration Team having studied Agriculture in Rockwell College. After joining ifac, Shane studied and attained a degree in business studies specialising in accounting. In 2004, Shane was appointed Area Development Manager for the Munster region with responsibility for the bookkeeper team in Munster. In 2011, Shane was appointed Business Development Manager. In this role Shane combines his work with the bookkeeper team while also having responsibility for the development of ifac’s nationwide office network. From a tillage and drystock farming background, Shane farms in Fethard, Co. Tipperary. In his leisure time Shane has a keen interest in National Hunt racing and can be regularly seen on racecourses in Ireland and England.
Rachel joined the ifac team in 2007 having worked previously in RTE, Eircom, Superquinn and Johnson Brothers. She qualified as an accountant (ACCA) in 1998 having previously qualified as an accounting technician in 1992. Rachel is a fellow member of the chartered institute of certified accountants.
Nathalie joined ifac as part of our Financial Planning team in November 2016. She is currently doing her QFA exams and is due to have them completed by 2019. Outside of work, Nathalie is a mother to a 10 year old boy and loves reading, managing to get through two books per week.
Susan joined ifac FinancialPlanning in August 2017 and has worked in the Insurance Industry for twenty six years. Susan has achieved the Qualified Financial Advisor and Certified Insurance Practitioner designations. She enjoys reading, hill walking and spending time with her family.
You need an accountant who knows farmers and the business of farming. Ifac is a co-op and they know farming and farm tax, they are experts and I recommend them.
Teddy Cashman Dairy Farmer, ifac Board Member
I was of the opinion that I had a good tax advisor prior to moving to ifac. Ifac’s service goes beyond the traditional tax accountant. Their service matches my plans for the future of my farm with top class tax planning.
Larry Martin Dairy Farmer
I listen to farmers expressing concern about the service they are getting from their accountant. I tell them to join ifac as I am very happy with the service I am getting.
Pat Murphy Dairy & Beef Farmer
Getting the benefit of all the ifac specialists with one point of contact has been great for us. We're a growing business so having a partner who brings an external perspective is highly valuable.
Padraig Hennessy Co-Founder, Terra Liquid Minerals
Young farmers need expert specialist advice, they need to be with an accountant who knows farming and farm income and transfer taxes. Ifac fits the bill for me and I strongly recommend them to other young farmers.
Colm & Judy Diggins
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