Young firms have a few good options for funding outside traditional routes like banks. One of the most attractive, non-bank sources of funding available to Irish companies is the under-utilised Employment Incentive Investment Scheme (EIIS).
Sure, it’s a good problem for firms to have..
There is a new problem being experienced by some companies. It is one of their own creation.
The number of Irish passport applications from British citizens have almost doubled since the UK voted for Brexit, is this a sign for what is to come?
With the current uncertainty surrounding Brexit the purpose of this article is to outline why Ireland may contain tax advantages for HNWI’s who may be considering relocating.
Justin Moran, Governance, Risk and Internal Controls Director in Mazars, explores why recent calls for the reform of executive pay and the awarding of public sector contracts to companies are the early warning signs for mandatory corporate governance requirements in the private sector.
Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner, Mazars is busy managing the firm’s growth plans with new service offerings and planned property and IT investments providing a platform for continued expansion in Ireland.
In terms of threats and challenges to their business objectives, respondents to Mazars “Governance Matters Survey 2017’ ranked skills shortage and competition for talent higher than Brexit.
Justin Moran, Director, Risk & Internal Controls, Mazars, explains why private sector boards need to develop a sharper focus on corporate governance issues.
Dealing with the known unknowns is all any business can seek to do in the uncertain environment, whether it stems from the US or the UK. Cormac Kelleher, international tax partner at Mazars in Dublin discusses the plethora of unknowns and how companies can navigate through it all.