Accounting for success

Ian Duffy, a non-accountant, is to become managing partner at a major Irish accountancy practice and plans to double its annual revenues.

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Ian Kehoe

2nd June, 2007

Ian Duffy, a non-accountant, is to become managing partner at a major Irish accountancy practice and plans to double its annual revenues.

By any measure, Ian Duffy has had a varied career. He established the drinks distribution business that brought Gatorade and Tropicana orange juice to Ireland, worked as chief operating officer of an international consulting firm, helped overhaul the operating systems at Anglo Irish Bank, and even sold a water-cooler company to Ballygowan.

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