Wednesday October 28, 2020

Company Secretarial Services: Recognising the crucial role of Irish compliance officers

The Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland now offers a range of professional qualifications to its nearly 2,000 members, writes Margaret O'Brien.

22nd June, 2013
Philip Brennan, ACOI.

TThe Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland (ACOI), founded in 2002, is a not-for-profit professional membership body for compliance officers working in all sectors of financial services. Membership, which continues to grow, currently stands at just short of 2,000.

The ACOI's chairman, Philip Brennan, said: "The association's core aim is to professionalise the role of compliance officers within financial organisations, through education and the provision of a range of accredited and recognised qualifications".

To this end, the...

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