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HSE's Chief Financial Officer quits less than a year into the job

Thomas Byrne had a five-year contract with the HSE but has chosen to leave.

THE HSE’S CHIEF Financial Officer is to resign, less than a year into the job.

Thomas Byrne was appointed to the role in May of last year and had a five-year contact.

A HSE spokesperson told that Byrne has tendered his resignation in order to pursue business in the private sector.

The HSE has made an interim appointment for Stephen Mulvany to step into the role while the process to recruit the new CFO is underway.

Mulvaney had acted in this role previous to Byrne’s arrival.

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