To ensure the highest standard of governance, Order of Malta Ireland complies with The Republic of Ireland Charities Act 2009 and Charities Act (Northern Ireland) 2013.
We are also committed to implementing the Code for Corporate Governance for the Voluntary and Community Sector.
Every year, our finances are independently audited and published on our website.
We believe that setting and maintaining the highest standards of corporate governance is a key element in demonstrating accountability to our members, volunteers, donors, funders and the general public.
As a registered Irish charity, we are listed on the Charities Regulatory Authority’s Register of Charities in the Republic of Ireland, Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20005924 and with the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland (Charity Reg. No. 101608).
Order of Malta Ireland is a registered charity in the Republic of Ireland as Malta Charities, CHY4538 and in Northern Ireland accepted by HMRC under reference XR40765.
We adhere to the following codes and standards of practice – The Pre-Hospital Emergency Care Council, The Charities Regulator, the Charity Commission for Northern Ireland, the Register of Lobbying, the Companies Registration Office and we adhere to SORP / FRS 102 in terms of our financial reporting. The Order of Malta Ireland is a member of the Small Firms Association (IBEC) and The Wheel.
How we are Governed
The Presidential Council of the Irish Association of the Sovereign Hospitaller Order of Malta is the governing body of Order of Malta Ireland. The presidential council is elected by members of the Irish Association.
Board of Directors
President of the Irish Association: Richard Duc de Stacpoole
Vice President: Patrick Clyne
Hospitaller: Graf Friedrich von Westerholt
Treasurer: Anthony Patterson
Chief Executive Officer: John Byrne
National Director Ambulance Corps: John Wright