Foreign Direct Investment in Ireland

A proactive approach to help ensure our international clients achieve their strategic and business goals.

Investing in Ireland

Ireland has long established itself as a strategic European gateway for multinationals. This is attributed to our competitive, pro-business environment, a young, highly skilled workforce and a transparent tax regime.

Many of the world’s leading companies have invested in Ireland, with over half operating here for 10 years or longer. As the only English-speaking EU member, Ireland is ideally positioned to provide access to the European market of more than 700 million people.

When establishing your new Irish presence, due consideration should be given to how it will integrate into your existing structure, and how it will be financed and staffed.

We have a proven track record for partnering with companies looking to establish in Ireland. With over 800 staff across offices in Dublin, Galway and Limerick, Mazars in Ireland combines local insight with the global expertise of more than 50,000 professionals in over 100 countries.

Operating as a united global partnership, we work together as one team across borders and functions to deliver exceptional and tailored services in audit and accounting, as well as tax, financial advisory and consulting services. 

Our proactive, hands-on approach, combined with over 100 years’ experience, will help guide you on how best to structure your new Irish entity and provide you with the reassurance and expert advice you need to maximise your investment into Ireland.

Setting up a business in Ireland 2023 edition-download - Mazars in Ireland

Download our guide to Setting up a business in Ireland and find out more about the range of services that we can offer to help you achieve your strategic and financial ambitions.    

Your local Mazars team

Combining local insight with global perspective.

Learn more about our inbound investment team and the range of services we offer clients investing in Ireland.

Outsourced payroll                                                                         

Payroll legislation is a highly complex area that places an additional administrative burden on companies operating internationally. Our specialist team offers a flexible way of managing your payroll requirements while operating in Ireland.

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International tax

Our global partnership in more than 100 countries provides the vital expertise and experience to assist you in keeping abreast of changing legislation and managing the increasingly complex regulatory pressures international companies face.

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Global mobility

Our global mobility tax specialists can provide you with expert knowledge and support to help you overcome the complexity of managing teams in multiple locations.

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Customs & VAT

Increased customs and VAT complexity coupled with high penalties for non-compliance, mean it is more important than ever that you partner with the right advisor to ensure you meet your European tax obligations.

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Company secretarial

Meeting regulatory, legal and entity governance obligations is an increasingly essential and time-consuming task. Our CoSec team can help ease your compliance burden so you can focus on your core business activities.

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Accounting services

Outsourcing your accounting and reporting needs to our team ensures you keep your financial exposure to a minimum and enables you to draw on the specific skills and expertise you need when you need them. 

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GDPR & data protection

Through our outsourced data protection officer (DPO) or expert GDPR services, we can support you in implementing GDPR and maintaining your data protection & privacy compliance.

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Outsourced HR solutions

We provide a full executive search recruitment solution for senior leadership roles and HR legislative compliance as well as outsourced HR staff/secondments to meet our clients’ individual needs.

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Documents

Setting up a business in Ireland
Setting up a business in Ireland
Establishing a company in Ireland - Ten tips
Establishing a company in Ireland - Ten tips