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Jakob Sand, Partner, BDO Global and Leader of Technology, Life Sciences, Media & Entertainment Transactions discusses strategies and solutions that can help construction companies overcome the challenges that often lead to payment delays. *
The Irish Fairy Door Company has secured funding of €1,500,000 from The Davy EII Tax Relief Fund 2017, which is managed by BES Management DAC, the joint venture company owned by Davy and BDO, that manages the Davy EII Funds.
BDO announces today a total combined fee income* of US$ 8.99 billion / € 7.56 billion for the year ended 30 September 2018, representing a year on year growth of 10.7% in US$ and 8.3% at constant exchange rates.
BDO Quarterly Optimism Index: Despite Brexit uncertainty, optimism levels among Irish businesses have improved by 2.9% compared with Q3 2017, the biggest jump in Q3 since 2014.
BDO Global recently published their analysis of M&A activity among construction technology start-ups.
Angela Fleming, Tax Director, and Carol Lynch, Customs and International Trade Services Partner, were recently interviewed by The Sunday Business Post. The article, written by Siobhán Maguire, focuses on current trends in the aircraft leasing industry, where it's heading and how Ireland is an...
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.