Accounting for Decision-Making Seminar delivered to DCUBS Masters Students
DCU Business School Accounting and Finance graduate (2012), Darren Gillen and CFA finalist recently visited DCU Business School to give a lecture on “Understanding and Valuing Ryanair and Easyjet using Financial Statement Analysis” to students as part of their AC570: Accounting for Decision-making module on the MSc in Management (Business) and MSc in E Commerce students.
We are very grateful to Darren and his father Rory of Gillen Marketsfor taking the time to share their expertise with our students and the lecture proved to be very insightful and practical for them. This lecture was organised by Dr Ruth Mattimoe, course leader (AC570), as part of her “Guest Lecture Series in Financial Statement Analysis“.
A key element of our programme design in DCU Business School, is to ensure that there is industry relevancy and we are delighted to welcome industry practitioners to deliver workshops and seminars.
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