Ronnie Tucker is a seasoned Irish business executive and financial and economic consultant with extensive practical experience. He has worked as a corporate business process reengineering Project Director in Helsinki, as a CFO/COO in New York, as a Director of Corporate Risk Management in Brussels and as a Financial Analyst in Silicon Valley, California. He has been a board member in Belgium, France, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, UK and USA and has sat on a number of board audit, finance and governance sub-committees.
Since 2012 he is a Divisional Director with the Indecon group of international financial and economic consultants. Since 1997 he has trained 4,000+ non-financial managers in economics, finance and accounting for multinationals, governments and management institutes. He also taught management at the National University of Ireland and has spoken on governance for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. He is an expert at creating, developing and delivering excellent learning experiences for non-experts in economics, finance and accounting.
Ronnie has a particular interest in the oil and gas industry. In 2012 he taught MP’s and civil servants from the Ministries of Finance and Natural Resources in Kurdistan, Iraq on production sharing contracts. He also recently trained government officials in Myanmar in energy project economics and finance and has also worked with the likes of ExxonMobil and Schlumberger. He conducted cost-benefit appraisals of infrastructure projects for the Office of the Prime Minister of Malta. This also involved knowledge transfer to the Prime Minister’s staff. He tailored a finance programme for corporate lawyers and recently customised training in competitive profitability and shareholder value for high-potential senior managers at two Belgian multinational corporations. Ronnie shares his experience of working in many industries including electricity, petroleum, pharmaceuticals, chemicals, logistics, retail, forest products, hospitality, ports and many others. He has worked extensively in the Middle East, Africa and Asia over the last 17 years, including in Algeria, Dubai, Egypt, Ghana, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kurdistan (Iraq), Malaysia, Morocco, Myanmar, Nigeria, Oman, Singapore, South Africa, Syria, Thailand, Tunisia, Uganda and Zimbabwe.