Patrick Sutton FCCA, partner, is a founding partner in O’KellySutton over 20 years ago. He is a Fellow Member of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. Pat has worked with 100's of companies helping them to develop business growth programmes and implement best practice financial systems. He has lectured extensively in Financial Management and Auditing in a number of Business Colleges in Dublin. Pat is a qualified training provider having received a training award from National University of Ireland Maynooth. As a recognised financial expert he is regularly invited to contribute to local and national news media such as The Sunday Business Post on tax planning, banking, financial and business advisory. He delivers financial and business management seminars to various business support groups.
With his team Pat works with clients to build best practice performance and results. This ranges from detailed reviews of the strategic systems needs, to working with clients to implement best practice through training, process and systems design and practical involvement in financial management, particularly with fast growth businesses.
Pat has advised extensively on bank restructuring, negotiating and re-negotiating bank agreements on behalf of corporate clients. He recently qualified to become a Personal Insolvency Practitioner.
He holds a number of directorships in fast growth private companies. He works in a coaching and mentoring role with CEOs, particularly in their commercial thinking, business planning and financial development of the enterprise. Pat is a business mentor with Laois Partnership Company (Leader).
Through his private wealth management vehicle Accelture, he advises several high net worth individuals in a private capacity. Pat is a committee member of County Kildare Chamber.
On his O'KellySutton blog he discusses the latest financial and business matters and offers advice on Financial Management issues.
Pat is actively involved in his local GAA Club Suncroft GFC where he is Club Treasurer for the last 10 years. He is involved in greyhound racing for a long number of years.
In his early 50's Pat is married to Mary and they have 3 children, David, Aisling and Tara.