(Pictured L to R: Managing Partner, John Glennon; Tim O Connor, Senior Advisor and Catherine Corcoran Gearty, Head of Consulting)
Tim O’Connor has joined the Consulting Team at RSM Ireland as a Senior Advisor. Tim has extensive experience at senior level, both in the public and private sectors and will contribute greatly to RSM’s expanding multi-disciplinary Consulting Team led by partner Catherine Corcoran Gearty.
During a long career in the Irish public service, Tim worked in the Peace Process in Northern Ireland, served as Ireland’s Consul General to New York and was Secretary General to the President of Ireland. Following his retirement from the public service in 2010, Tim has worked in various voluntary and professional capacities. He has served on the Board of, and as an adviser to, a range of Irish and international companies. He was Chairman of the Gathering Ireland Advisory Board in 2013 and Vice Chairman of Limerick National City of Culture 2014. He was also Chairman of the Clinton Institute for American Studies at UCD from 2010-2015 and currently sits on the Board of Trustees of the Holocaust Education Trust of Ireland. He was recently been nominated by the Irish Government to be their Representative on the 4-person Independent Reporting Commission, whose task is the promotion of the ending of paramilitarism in Northern Ireland.
Working with its international partners, in particular RSM UK and US, services offered by RSM Ireland’s Consultant Team includes; transformation, HR and change; risk advisory; business advisory; IT consulting; and forensic and investigation services.
Managing Partner of RSM Ireland John Glennon said; “Given his recognised contribution at senior level in the Irish Public Service, his time internationally both in Europe and the US, and in more recent years his work as a trusted advisor in the private sector, Tim brings a unique blend of experience to our team. His expertise will be invaluable to our clients in an ever increasingly complex global business environment which poses great challenges but also great opportunities.”