Executive recruitment agency appointed to recruit FAI's independent directors

Executive recruitment agency appointed to recruit FAI's independent directors

Executive recruitment agency Amrop have been tasked with selecting the independent directors for the new 12-person FAI board.

Four positions will be advertised in three national newspapers over the course of the weekend.

They'll include the role of independent, non-executive chairperson.

It follows the election of Donal Conway as president and Paul Cooke as vice-president along with six directors at last weekend's AGM in Trim.

The others elected last weekend were Martin Heraghty, Dick Shakespeare, John Finnegan, Dave Moran, John Earley, and Joe O’Brien.

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