Andy Cullen is a former Assistant Secretary in the Civil Service where his career focused mainly on corporate governance and regulation in the transport, energy and telecommunications sectors and strategy and investment in the public transport sector. He has extensive experience in dealing with State bodies and with the EU and international bodies, including serving for a period in Brussels with the Department of Foreign Affairs. Andy runs our course on Public Sector Corporate Governance.
Kenan Furlong is a partner in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution Department of A&L Goodbody. He has advised on some of Ireland’s most high-profile corporate crises in recent years. Kenan heads A&L Goodbody’s Fraud & White Collar Crime Unit with Joe Kelly. He advises clients on internal investigations, whistleblowing issues, dawn raids, and money laundering issues. He also advises clients on managing their relationships with various Irish regulators and the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation and on assisting with investigations by foreign regulators such as the SFO, the IRS, and the SEC. Kenan is a regular contributor to the national and international debate on white collar crime. In July 2012, he presented to an Irish Government Committee on Ireland’s whistleblower legislation. In recent years he has chaired international conferences in Dublin, Dubai, and Istanbul. In 2014, “Who’s Who Legal” rated Kenan as “among the world’s leading Business Crime Defence lawyers”.
Corné Mouton is a partner within the Mazars Governance, Risk and Internal Control division, with particular responsibilities in the areas of corporate governance, risk management, internal audit, IT audit, regulatory compliance and special investigations. In this capacity, he has led assignments for many large corporate and public sector organisations. Corné is a qualified accountant, member of the IIA (UK & Ireland) and a qualified IT auditor. He has over 14 years’ experience within governance, risk and internal control related services.
Garrett Fennell is a solicitor and a specialist consultant in regulatory and public affairs. Garrett has advised a large number of public bodies on compliance issues and practices. Garrett is a founding Director of Public Affairs Ireland and established a specialist regulatory and public policy consultancy in 1997. He formerly worked as a public affairs consultant with the ESB.