Meet Our Team

 

Our Team

Meet the FIABCI-IRELAND Team​

Our Team Members who are contributing to our mission

Paul Jackson

Paul Jackson

Paul has been an active member of FIABCI since 1990 and has served the chapter as both President and as Secretary General.

He has also served as secretary general of FIABCI Finance Committee for three years.

He is currently retired from banking.

Patricia Crisp

Patricia Crisp

Patricia has been a member of FIABCI International for over 40 years and is a Past President of the Irish Chapter.  

She has over 40 years experience in all aspects of mainly commercial property and past President of Irish Property and Facilities Management Association. Patricia is currently on the Board of Focus Housing Association which provides housing for the homeless.

JOHN P. YOUNGE

JOHN P. YOUNGE

John has had a long association with FIABCI International and was part of the Organising Committee group who organised the successful World Congress in Dublin, Ireland in 1997. He was President of the Irish Chapter in 1994/95.

Professionally, he has vast experience in the Leisure Property Sector and is a Sole Practitioner as an Auctioneer and Valuer in his native Dublin. In addition to his standard practice he is a qualified Arbitrator specialising in Landlord & Tenant disputes, rent reviews and probate valuations.

Liam Hogan

Liam Hogan

Liam is the Managing Director and owner of Hogan Estates. In 2002 he formed Abacus Property Management, then in 2010, during the depth of the recession in Ireland, he moved elements of that property business in to the new company, Hogan Estates a boutique estate agency in Tallaght, Dublin, which specialises in the sales, letting and valuation of residential properties

Liam is a member of the Institute of Professional Auctioneers and Valuers (IPAV), the Society of Chartered Surveyors (SCSI) and the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). He is also an International member of North American Realtors Association and having had business dealings with Laurence McCabe and Susan Greenfield recently, he also decided to join FIABCI.

Tony Kirwan

Tony Kirwan

Tony is managing director at Overseas Networks Ltd. He practiced corporate law in Dublin on his return from his time in New York at the Columbia Business School. He seved as the Executive Director of The Law Firm Network from 1994 - 2020 www.LFNGlobal.com.

Practicing corporate law, he built up a significant international client base and as a result of this international networking, Tony has an extensive, ever increasing informal network of international contacts throughout the world. These contacts are in most areas of professional service, especially Real Estate and Law and also in a multitude of other areas such as; banking, accounting, business and charity work. He has considerable access to proven specialist competencies and his own awareness of technical areas of practice.

Laurence McCabe

Laurence McCabe

For the past 25 years Laurence has been focused on the commercial sector including sales, acquisitions and valuations of commercial and industrial property for both corporate and individual clients.

Laurence is a Fellow of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has recently formally retired from Knight Frank Ganly Walters but is retained on a Consultancy basis to Knight Frank Ganly Walters. He has served as the President of the International Relations Division of the
FIABCI and is a past World President of the FIABCI.

Keiron Diamond

Keiron Diamond

Keiron has some 38 years of experience in the Irish commercial property market and acts for a variety of domestic and international clients and specialises in representing the occupier or the purchaser with an emphasis on retail.

He has of course wide experience in all aspects of the commercial market and has advised both vendors and purchasers of investments and businesses on a going concern basis, he is also well known for his strategic advice in respect of new entrants into the market and is actively involved in advising clients in dealing with the adverse effects of Covid 19 .