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On 29 January 2019, Ireland deposited with the OECD its Instrument of Ratification for the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS (“the MLI”).
BDO World Wide Tax News summarises recent tax developments of international interest across the world.
Angela Fleming, Tax Director, speaks to The Irish Independent on Ireland’s position as a leader in aircraft leasing. Through sustainable policies and a strong corporate tax offering, Ireland has firmly established itself as the leading global hub of aircraft leasing.However, it is important that...
In The Irish Times’ recent Mergers & Acquisitions report*, Richard Duffy, Corporate Finance Director, offers his insight on food-sector M&A, factors to consider when selling your business through an MBO, and how barriers have decreased for businesses looking to acquire a company.
In The Irish Times’ recent Mergers & Acquisitions report*, Katharine Byrne, Corporate Finance Partner was invited to provide insight on various issues across the M&A market.
BDO partner Carol Lynch is urging Irish businesses to prepare for new trading standards with Britain post-Brexit.Irish businesses need to be proactive and get ready for simplified changes in customs procedures between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland after March 29. That is the key...
BDO Eaton Square are delighted to announce a new Data Analytics service line with The Information Lab, which will concentrate on helping organisations move towards a data driven culture, putting data at the heart of the decision making process and helping to organise analytics capabilities...
Over the past year, technology companies have been at the center of attention on a national and global stage, according to a recent report by BDO Global.
Carol Lynch, Partner, Customs and International Trade Services was recently featured in The Irish Times articles ‘UK looking for alternatives to Border backstop. Do they exist?’ and ‘Border trade not covered by simplified ‘no deal’ customs checks, UK says’.