PwC announces appointment of nine new partners

Additions bring firm’s total partner numbers in the Republic to 116 from July 1st

Pictured are PwC’s new partners, from left to right: John O’Loughlin (Tax), Shane McDonald (Assurance), Keith Connaughton (Tax), Aoife O’Connor (Assurance), Enwright De Sales (Tax), Kim McClenaghan (Advisory), Donal Boyle (Assurance), Colin Farrell (Tax) and Mairead Connolly (Tax).

Professional services firm PwC Ireland has announced the addition of nine new partners to the company.

The new partners are Donal Boyle (Assurance), Keith Connaughton (Tax), Mairead Connolly (Tax), Enwright De Sales (Tax), Colin Farrell (Tax), Kim McClenaghan (Advisory), Shane McDonald (Assurance), Aoife O’Connor (Assurance) and John O’Loughlin (Tax).

PwC Ireland managing partner Feargal O’Rourke said the new appointments “reflect the firm’s strong growth across all areas of business”.

“In a world of constant change and disruption, we continue to expand our range of services helping clients reimagine the possible and solve complex business problems,” he said. “Our new partners complement our strength in depth and breadth of expertise.”


The new partners will bring PwC’s total partner numbers in the Republic to 116 from July 1st.

PwC’s all Ireland revenues for the year ended December 31st are €446 million, up from €407 million for the year ended 31 December 2016. The company employs 4,163 in Ireland.

Colin Gleeson

Colin Gleeson

Colin Gleeson is an Irish Times reporter