Sunday February 23, 2020

‘Strong leadership is about clear, open and honest communication’

Being a good listener is all-important if you want to succeed in the corporate world, according to Olivia Lynch of KPMG

9th February, 2020
Olivia Lynch of KPMG believes continuous learning is vital for career progression. Picture: Fergal Phillips

Olivia Lynch is a tax partner at KPMG in Dublin. She joined the “Big Four” accountancy firm in 2002, having worked for two years at Arthur Andersen. She was appointed to her current role in 2003 and leads KPMG’s M&A and infrastructure tax practices team in Dublin. Lynch is also head of tax markets and co-head of KPMG Private Enterprise. KPMG employs 3,300 people at four offices on the island of Ireland. It recently announced...

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