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Ciarán Medlar, Partner, was recently featured in The Irish Times* article 'When the final whistle blows'. The article, written by Barry McCall, explores the topic of retirement for athletes and how they can deal with the transition. Ciarán gives his view from a financial standpoint.
Carol Lynch, Partner, comments in The Irish Times* on how the drafted withdrawal agreement could mitigate the burden for Ireland.
Carol Lynch, Partner, was recently featured on Tony Connelly's 'Brexit Republic' podcast to speak about what will happen to Irish businesses from a customs perspective if no deal is agreed, or later if a free trade agreement is reached.
Each quarter BDO’s Mergers & Acquisitions team analyses global deal activity across a number of regions and selected sectors around the world; we offer you a satellite view of how the M&A market is evolving - and where it appears to be heading.
BDO is excited to announce that our management and technology consultancy business, BDO Eaton Square, will be attending CoreHR’s CoreHorizon conference at Croke Park, Dublin on 1-2 November. BDO Eaton Square will be present on both days of the conference to promote our service offering with...
Stewart Dunne, Audit Partner and Head of Clients & Markets at BDO recently provided an expert view on succession planning for Irish businesses in the Sunday Business Post*.
The countdown to PAYE modernisation is on. In just over two months the PAYE system will be completely revamped. BDO outline the steps required for businesses to prepare for these changes.
A BDO report commissioned by the Restaurants Association of Ireland was recently featured in Hospitality Ireland’s article ‘Dining Digital’. The article sheds light on the technological innovations in the restaurant industry and how some establishments are reacting to these changes in their...
While Brexit talks hit another impasse over the weekend ahead of tomorrow’s EU Summit in Belgium, the risk for the agriculture and food sector is becoming increasingly real.