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Today, financial transactions of large, medium and small enterprises are under a significantly higher degree of scrutiny by regulatory authorities such as the Financial Services Authority.
With over 25 years of experience and expertise, our team at Ansell Ryan Young Accountants offers you a comprehensive suite of financial and accountancy services that go beyond ensuring compliance to add value to your business as one of the leading accountancy firms in Leinster.
Once nearly invisible to clients and customers, a firm’s accounting practices today are the focus of good business and a firm that does not invest in sound accounting and financial services, stands to lose its clients, partners and even regulatory approvals to carry on operations. Read More
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Expleo Ireland announces 200 new jobs for Cork24th June 2022
Expleo, a global technology, engineering and consulting service provider, has announced 200 new jobs and the opening of its first regional hub in Mahon in Co Cork. The company is investing €10m in the expansion of its workforce from 800 to 1,000 over the next two years. The majority of the 200 jobs will beRead More...
AIB’s share trading plan extended up to January24th June 2022
Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said today he was extending AIB Group’s share trading plan, which was first announced in December. Since then the Government’s stake in AIB has been reduced from about 71.2% to about 68%. The plan aims to gradually reduce the State’s investment in the bank, while it is also improving liquidityRead More...
Asking prices for homes up almost 11%, growth...24th June 2022
Cost-of-living concerns and rising interest rates will slow the demand for houses in the second half of the year, according to the latest house price report from MyHome.ie. It reveals that a “minor” fall in house prices could be on the way as a result, but states that a ‘Celtic Tiger’ crash in unlikely. AskingRead More...
Toast to create 100 jobs as it opens new Dublin...23rd June 2022
US restaurant management platform Toast said it plans to create 100 jobs this year as it opens its new office on St Stephen’s Green in Dublin. Toast said the new jobs will be across several functions including software development, sales and customer support. Launched in 2013 in the US, Toast powers restaurants of all sizesRead More...
More Irish companies sign low carbon pledge23rd June 2022
70 of Ireland’s biggest companies have now committed to setting carbon-reduction targets based on climate science, by signing a low-carbon pledge overseen by Business in the Community Ireland (BITCI), a not for profit organisation. The number of companies signed up to the pledge has increased from 47 in 2019, when it was first launched. CompaniesRead More...
AIB set for record tracker mortgage fine from...23rd June 2022
The Central Bank is set to hit AIB with a record fine later today for its role in the tracker mortgage issue. The banking group, which includes EBS, is said to have set aside €70m to cover the fine, which resulted from an enforcement investigation that has been running since 2017. Over 9,000 AIB customersRead More...
Ireland and Denmark most expensive countries in...21st June 2022
Ireland and Denmark had the highest price levels for consumer goods and services across the EU in 2021, according to Eurostat. The EU’s statistics agency published data today showing price levels here and in Denmark were 140% of the EU average. The lowest prices levels were in Romania and Bulgaria at 56% of the average.Read More...
AIB’s €400m non-performing loan sale cuts NPE...21st June 2022
AIB has sold a non-performing loan portfolio in long-term default to Everyday Finance, part of a consortium that includes Everyday, affiliates of Cerberus Capital Management and LCM Partners Limited. AIB said the €400m loan sale cuts its non-performing loan ratio to 4.4%. It added that it remains on track to reach its 3% target byRead More...