CPL Resources announces retirement of Finance Director

CPL Resources, the recruitment and outsourcing services provider, announced Friday the resignation of Finance Director Josephine Tierney.

CPL Resources, the recruitment and outsourcing services provider, announced Friday the resignation of Finance Director Josephine Tierney.

Tierney will leave to pursue other opportunities after almost 12 years at the Irish company.

Chairman John Hennessy said: "Josephine joined CPL in 2001. Since then she has made a very significant contribution to the growth and success of the group.

"She has led the finance function successfully through periods of major growth and expansion, both in Ireland and overseas."

He said she led the company through acquisitions and was an effective member of the board.

"On behalf of the board I would like to express our gratitude to Josephine for her commitment to CPL and to wish her well in her future career."

Chief Executive Officer, Anne Heraty, said she appreciated Tierney's dedication over the years. The company is currently searching for a replacement.

"She was an integral part of our senior management team and on behalf of the whole group I would like to wish Jo every success in her new role."

RD

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