Mark Kennedy Partner, Audit & Assurance
- 2015Becomes Managing Partner at Mazars Ireland
- 2004Becomes a Partner at Mazars Ireland
- 1995Joins Mazars
Mark Kennedy became a partner at Mazars in 2004. Specialising in primarily audit and assurance services to banking and insurance firms, he lead the financial services teams of Mazars in Ireland for over a decade. He became lead partner of the audit division of Mazars in 2008 and was the Managing Partner of Mazars in Ireland from 2015 to 2021. He is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, a practicing auditor and continues to work with significant clients in Ireland.
Mark joined the Executive Board of the Mazars in the U.K. firm in 2021, taking responsibility for the development of the industry and services sectors, particularly in the large and listed segment of the market.
Mark was elected to the Group Executive Board of Mazars in December 2020.
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