Mairéad Divilly, a partner of Mazars (FICC Patron), receives Skillnet Ireland award for outstanding contribution

Congratulations to Mairéad Divilly, lead outsourcing partner at Mazars who was recently awarded ‘Outstanding Contribution’ from Skillnet Ireland at their 20th Anniversary Gala Dinner Celebration at the Clayton Hotel Burlington Road on the 26th September.

Mairéad is a Board Member of Skillnet, the national agency responsible for the promotion of workforce learning in Ireland, with 60+ Networks supporting over 16,000 companies nationwide and providing a wide range of valuable learning experiences to over 55,000 trainees. Mairéad works closely with the Small Firms Association (SFA) in providing a support service to its executive and represents the interests of the SFA on the Skillnet Boar.


Mairéad’s professional experience spans audit, business advisory and outsourced accounting, payroll and financial management services to both the public and private sector, from multi-national companies to small, medium enterprises. Mairéad acts as a mentor to many indigenous enterprises for the management and development of their businesses. Her work includes improving company profitability and advising on the future growth of the business.


A fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants, Mairéad lectures and writes extensively on topics such as corporate governance, the fundamentals of management and internal control procedures.


View Skillnet Ireland 20-year celebratory video.


Pictured (L-R), Paul Healy, Chief Executive, Skillnet Ireland, Mairéad Divilly, Partner, Mazars and Brendan McGinty, Chairperson, Skillnet Ireland

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