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Conor O’Dwyer joins Grant Thornton Ireland as partner

Conor becomes Partner in the firm’s Consulting practice as firm continues strong growth.

Grant Thornton Ireland has announced the appointment of Conor O’Dwyer as Partner in its Consulting practice as the firm continues to expand its Irish workforce in line with growing client needs.

Speaking about Conor’s appointment, Managing Partner at Grant Thornton Ireland, Michael McAteer said:

I’m delighted to announce Conor’s appointment as Partner in our Consulting practice. It reflects Grant Thornton’s commitment to attracting talent of the highest calibre and also highlights the continued growth of the firm as we respond to increased demand for our expertise from a growing client base.”

Conor brings in excess of 17 years’ experience delivering consulting services at leading global professional services firms, successfully delivering large and complex transformation assignments for a range of clients. Reflecting on his appointment, Conor said:

I’m incredibly proud to join Grant Thornton and look forward to working with my fellow partners and our outstanding team to continue our strong growth. With society facing economic uncertainty, changing customer expectations, technological revolution and climate change, I look forward to helping our clients identify opportunities and risks as they navigate these unchartered waters.”

Elaine Daly, Head of Business Consulting at Grant Thornton further added:

“It gives me great pleasure to welcome Conor to Grant Thornton. Conor’s international consulting experience and deep expertise helping clients to deliver complex change, bolsters the transformation capability of our fantastic team. This move is testament to our ambition and the strong growth we have experienced in Consulting and right across our business.”

This latest partner announcement reflects a broader culture of growth and ambition across the firm. Grant Thornton Ireland currently employs over 2,700 people across 8 locations, including Dublin, Cork, Galway, Kildare, Limerick and Belfast.

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