Finance veteran Ritianne Abela has been appointed Associate Director – Financial Services Advisory at Grant Thornton Ireland.

Ms Abela took to social media to announce her appointment.

Ritianne Abela / LinkedIn

Grant Thornton Ireland, part of the Grant Thornton International Ltd network, is a professional services firm employing over 2,000 people in eight offices across Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Galway, Kildare, Limerick, Longford, and the Isle of Man.

Grant Thornton International is one of the world’s leading organisations of independent assurance, tax, and advisory firms. In total, the network employers over 58,000 workers across 130 countries.

Ms Abela holds well over a decade of experience in the financial sector, although this is her first role outside of the Maltese islands.

Before joining Grant Thornton Ireland, the Associate Director spent seven years at MeDirect Malta.

She joined said bank as a Senior Risk Officer in August 2015 and enjoyed three promotions throughout her tenure – first to Group Regulatory Liaison Manager, then to Senior Manager Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Governance, and finally to Head of Regulatory Affairs and Corporate Governance.

Before that, Ms Abela spent eight-and-a-half years at BOV, wherein she served as Relationship Officer and, later on, as Credit Risk Analyst.

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