APR appoints Ciarán Ó Súilleabháin as Head of Irish Operations
APR is delighted to have appointed Ciarán Ó Súilleabháin as Head of Irish Operations.
Ciarán joined APR in late October and will lead our expanding operation in Dublin. APR has been serving the Irish market since 2012 from our UK offices in Edinburgh and London, and we opened our Dublin base in 2020 to help us serve our Irish clients more effectively.
Prior to working with APR, Ciarán was a Senior Manager in the Life Actuarial team at PwC Ireland and has worked in various roles in the Irish market. His extensive consulting experience across a wide range of actuarial topics, combined with his broad network of contacts and experience in project delivery, will help in developing APR in Ireland.
In welcoming the appointment, founding APR partner Roger Austin said:
“When we decided to open our Irish office, we were clear that we needed to find a leader who was a great cultural fit for our company and had the enthusiasm, talent and entrepreneurial flair to take on this this important role. We knew it would take time (and it did!), but the investment has been worth it. I’m delighted that Ciarán has joined us: his knowledge of the Irish market brings real local insight, and it is clear he will add significant value to our Irish clients, drawing on his wide actuarial and project delivery experience, alongside leading our Irish team and building our business in Ireland.”
Reflecting on his appointment, Ciarán added:
“I’m really looking forward to developing APR’s very successful offering within the Irish market. I feel that there is a real opportunity for APR to deliver value and quality in Ireland with their innovative approach to interim resourcing and consulting. The continued expansion of the UK team to satisfy client demand (now over 70 actuarial staff) demonstrates the significant value that clients see from working with APR, and I look forward to building on this further at the same time as helping Irish insurers through the various regulatory changes and other challenges that are on the horizon.”