Immedis continues to strengthen senior management team with the appointment of former Accenture Ireland Managing Director.
Mark Ryan, former Country Managing Director of Accenture Ireland has been appointed to the board as Non-Executive Director for Immedis.
Immedis who launched as a spin off brand from The Taxback Group in November 2016 also acquired US based payroll company Expaticore in a $10 million deal that helped strengthen its base in the US market.
In this role Mark will support the senior management team in scaling Immedis internationally. His focus will be helping structure the organisation to achieve its ambitious growth targets in a sustainable manner.
Ruairi Kelleher, Chief Commercial Officer at Immedis commented on the appointment:
“Mark has a tremendous track record and we are delighted to have him on board. His experience will be invaluable to Immedis on every level, helping us fulfil our ambitions of becoming a leader in the global payroll market.”
Mark was Country Managing Director of Accenture Ireland from 2005 – 2014, where he was responsible for overseeing over 1,600 people. During his career with Accenture he spent extended periods working in the both United States & in the UK.
“Immedis is a business that has huge potential and has already made a big impact on the clients it serves. I’m excited to join the Board and help support the team in realizing their potential”, said Mark Ryan.
As the Managing Director Accenture in Ireland, Mark was also a member of the Accenture’s Geographic Council Group. Mark personally drove major Gender Equality and Diversity programmes within Accenture. He was heavily involved in the setup and development of the Accenture Corporate Citizenship Programme in Ireland working directly with numerous local community organisations.
Mark is also currently a member of the Trinity College Provost Advisory Board, The Leinster Rugby Professional Game Board and is a member of the Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) Investment Committee (NTMA). He was President of the Trinity College Business Alumni from 2008-2010. In 2008 he sat on a Government appointed Task Force for Public Sector Reform around implementing OECD recommendations for major changes in the public service. He also served on the Board of the National Concert Hall from 2005 to 2011. He is a member of the Institute of Directors. Mark is married to Clare and has 4 children.