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Angela Fleming, Tax Partner, speaks to Arlene Harris of the Sunday Business Post on how technology is changing the landscape of Ireland's financial services.
BDO, Ireland’s leading Audit, Tax, Advisory and Consultancy firm, is delighted to announce the appointment of four new Partners.
Ireland's food and agri business is likely to be the hardest hit by Brexit. Along with companies themselves, farmers will also be affected if they supply their produce across the border or to Britain.
Dublin based enterprise mobility specialist, CWSI, has secured funding of €1,500,000 from The Davy EII Tax Relief Fund 2018, which is a joint venture between BDO and J&E Davy.
BDO Limerick were delighted to welcome Irish Minister for Finance, Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe to the official opening of their new office at 103/104 O'Connell Street.
Carol Lynch, Partner, Customs and International Trade Services, contributes to The Sunday Business Post discussing what steps companies should take in light of recent trade talks between the EU and the US.
Katharine Byrne, Partner, BDO Corporate Finance, was invited to provide her insight and views on a number of topics across the Irish M&A market in The Sunday Times.
Derek Henry, Partner in Tax, recently featured in The Irish Times article "Fears that updated R&D tax credit guidelines could work against SMEs".
Chartered Accountants’ Ireland has launched a new book: Business Innovation and Growth: Tax Incentives and Sources of Funding. Written by Andrew Bourg, Corporate Investment & Business Advisory Partner and Derek Henry, Tax Partner, the book aims to empower businesses by providing them with a...