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Bruton made senior adviser with lobbying company Teneo

17th June, 2018

Former taoiseach John Bruton has been appointed as a senior adviser with lobbying firm Teneo, founded by Irish businessman Declan Kelly, and is set to play a leading role in the firm’s Brexit-related offering.

Bruton, who has worked with the firm’s Brussels office as an adviser for some time, will take on an enhanced position, working with Teneo clients as a senior adviser in London, Dublin and further afield.

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