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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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C&C’s annual revenues fizz 88% higher17th May 2022
Drinks group C&C has reported a near 88% increase in revenues for the year to the end of February and said its new fiscal year had started strongly with more price hikes likely on the way. C&C said its revenues jumped by 87.8% to €1.438 billion from €765.8m the previous year. The company also reportedRead More...
Bank CEOs to meet Central Bank on account...17th May 2022
The chief executives of the main banks here are to meet representatives of the Central Bank today to discuss plans for the departure of Ulster Bank and KBC from the market. The regulator summoned the remaining banks to a meeting in recent weeks as it called publicly on them to do more to facilitate hundredsRead More...
Cost inflation top threat to growth in food17th May 2022
Rising input costs and inflationary pressures have been identified as the top threat to business growth in the food sector here. In a survey of 70 small and medium sized food firms carried out by the food business representative group Love Irish Food, and professional services firm, PwC, 97% identified those areas as presenting theRead More...
Banking research reveals huge dependency on main...16th May 2022
Just 1% of people here have their main current account with a digital bank, a survey of consumers carried out on behalf of the Department of Finance has found. While thousands of people use services like Revolut to transfer money, the fintech recently expanded their presence in the Irish market offering a full banking serviceRead More...
New construction orders fall as cost increases...16th May 2022
New orders in the construction sector fell last month, as a result of near-record cost increases, the latest construction purchasing managers index for Ireland from BNP Paribas Real Estate has found. However, despite the depressed demand, purchasing, activity and employment all rose further, it found. “The latest PMI confirms that construction activity continued to expandRead More...
Ryanair cautious about ‘fragile’ recovery...16th May 2022
Ryanair has today posted a €355m loss for the pandemic-hit 12 months to the end of March. The airline said it was impossible to accurately forecast anything beyond hoping for a return to “reasonable profitability” this year. The airline has been operating more flights than any other European airline according to air traffic regulator Eurocontrol.Read More...
Irish household wealth hits record €198,498 per...13th May 2022
Irish household net worth soared to a record high in the final three months of last year, despite the various economic pressures, new data from the Central Bank shows. In total, household net worth rose €38.5 billion between October and the end of December, to reach €995 billion. This equated to €198,498 for every man,Read More...
Inflation at its highest rate in 22 years13th May 2022
The annual rate of inflation rose to 7% in April, according to figures published by the Central Statistics Office – its highest rate in 22 years. The CSO said this marked an increase from 6.7% in March and was the largest annual increase in inflation since November 2000 when inflation also stood at 7%. TheRead More...