Camilla Cullinane Joins Guaranteed Irish Board

09 Feb 2021 | 12.14 pm

Camilla Cullinane Joins Guaranteed Irish Board

KPMG tax partner has extensive experience

09 Feb 2021 | 12.14 pm

Business network Guaranteed Irish has appointed KPMG tax partner Camilla Cullinane to its board of directors.

Cullinane (pictured) advises Irish and multinational clients in sectors such as agriculture, property, hospitality and manufacturing, and is a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and the Irish Tax Institute.

Chief executive Brid O’Connell said: “Camilla brings with her a wealth of professional and personal experiences of working with a variety of Irish-based brands and we are delighted to welcome her to Guaranteed Irish. Her extensive knowledge of taxation across many sectors in Ireland will prove to be a valuable asset, as we look to expand further into this sector and uphold the high level of integrity associated with the Guaranteed Irish brand.”

The other board members are Paddy Kelly, managing director Extex Ireland and chairperson of the board; Ray Kelly, marketing director Musgrave Retail Partners; Michael Jackson, managing partner Matheson; Mairead McCaul, managing director MSD Ireland; and Damien McCann, director of sales & marketing Viatel.

Chairman Paddy Kelly added: “We are delighted to have the calibre of a business such as KPMG and the experience Camilla can share with us on the board will be invaluable to our 1,500 business members.”

Guaranteed Irish champions c.1,500 homegrown and indigenous businesses that have been awarded its symbol of quality and provenance. They employ around 100,000 people and have a combined annual turnover exceeding €12.9 billion.

A business that has received the GI symbol has satisfied criteria that include: 

  • People and Jobs: Businesses that provide quality, sustainable jobs for people living in Ireland.
  • Place and Provenance: Businesses that genuinely operate and add value in Ireland.
  • Enterprise and Community: Businesses that meaningfully engage with the local communities in which they are based.
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