West Cork Brexit breakfast in Rosscarbery – implications, challenges and opportunities

Bank of Ireland Clonakilty will host an event that will discuss the possible implication, challenges and opportunities that may be presented to the Local, Irish and Global economies by the forthcoming Brexit.

Guest speakers will include Minister Michael Creed, Professors Mark Hutchinson Department of Accounting Finance & Information Systems UCC, Professor Thia Hennessy Head of the Department of Food Business and Development UCC and Seamus O’Sullivan Financial Controller at Glenilen Farm.

The event will be held in the Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery on Friday 19th of May from 7.30 am to 9 am.


Brexit: The Impact on Your Business

Date: Friday 19th May

Time: 7:30am – 9:30am

Location: Celtic Ross Hotel, Rosscarbery, Co.Cork

Keynote Speakers

Mr. Michael Creed T.D.

Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Professor Thia Hennessey

Professor and Chair of Agri-Food Economics University College Cork

Thia’s research focuses on the sustainable development of the agri-food sector and the impact of public policy on farming. Thia was formerly Head of Agricultural Economics in Teagasc.

Mr. Martin Corkery

Regional Director Enterprise Ireland

Martin leads the development and implementation of Enterprise Ireland’s strategy for indigenous industry in the South and South East region

Professor Mark Hutchinson

Professor and Chair of Corporate Finance University College Cork

An internationally acclaimed Finance expert, prior to joining UCC, Mark was responsible for institutional market making with HSBC Investment Bank London.

Mr. Seamus O’Sullivan

Financial Controller Glenilen Farm

Seamus is Financial Controller in the award winning Glenilen Farm, one of Ireland’s largest independent yoghurt producers.