Irish exports to Britain grew by 8% last year, to €14.4bn, despite fears of a prolonged contraction due to a weaker sterling, which drove a 3% fall in 2016.
Risks to Irish Economy post Brexit requires longer transition period and additional supports for Irish Businesses
15th February 2018 – Traditional economic sectors including agriculture and tourism will require post-Brexit financial support from both the EU and Irish state according to Mark Kennedy, Managing Partner at Mazars.
Lorcan Colclough FCA, Partner and Technology Leader, Mazars shares his views on the likely trends in 2018.
Mazars are delighted to renew our sponsorship of the Institute of Directors breakfast and evening briefing series in 2018.
Storm Technology is an Irish owned digital enterprise consultancy that specialises in building digital solutions to help clients gain better value faster from the investments they have made in Microsoft technologies.
Brexit may or may not happen, but Ireland is in a sweet spot economically in any case.
On Thursday last (23rd November) Mazars brought together two of the sharpest economic brains at work in Ireland today to give their perspectives on the opportunities and challenges for Ireland in 2018 and beyond to an invited audience of clients.
Paschal Donohoe T.D., Minister for Finance and for Public Expenditure and Reform, today launched Governance for Directors on State Boards, a new jointly produced publication by the Institute of Directors in Ireland (IoD) and Mazars.
The Galway Science & Technology Festival is celebrating 20 years of showcasing Galway as a city of science, Technology, engineering, art and maths! The collaboration between local industry, local education and government agencies has helped the Festival and Exhibition to grow to become the success that it is today. During the two-week Festival over 30 science and technology shows and workshops are brought to over 150 schools throughout Galway city and county – helping students to engage with STEM in a meaningful and exciting way.
73% of organisations have now begun to tackle GDPR – up from 16% in 2016
2nd GDPR-Readiness report launched by Mazars and McCann FitzGerald
Mazars and McCann FitzGerald have released their second annual report on the readiness of Irish businesses for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into force from May 2018. With just over 6 months to go, there continues to be a serious level of difficulty for Irish businesses in complying with the new requirements, though Irish businesses appear to be finally making real steps to get ready.
Mazars is delighted to sponsor the European Small and Mid-Cap Awards for 2017. The award programme aims to promote best practices and encourage more small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to access capital markets via IPOs. This is a joint initiative of the European Commission, leading European securities exchanges and European Issuers.
Mazars has appointed John Bowe as Corporate Finance Partner in Mazars. The Mazars Corporate Finance team has been very active over the last 2 years successfully advising Irish businesses and shareholders on a wide range of transactions including company sales, MBO’s, acquisitions, equity and debt raising.
Mazars Corporate Finance is delighted that Joyce’s Supermarket Groups acquisition of Nestor’s Supermarket Group has completed
Mazars Corporate Finance are delighted to announce that it has acted as exclusive financial adviser to Joyce’s Supermarket Group on its successful acquisition of Nestor’s Supermarket Group.
The "Tomorrow’s Audit" Hackathon, a two-day event organised by Mazars end of June 2017, convened over 80 participants from different countries under the hashtag #hacktheaudit. Its goal was to create a vision of what the audit of the future may look like in order to truly address the needs of all stakeholders.
Audit, Tax and Advisory firm Mazars has appointed Austin Sammon as Partner in their Galway office. Austin joins Mazars with over 16 years’ experience of working with Ireland’s leading companies.
We are delighted to announce that Mazars has merged with Maguire Caulfield Browne. The newly merged entity will be called Mazars and will be led by Mazars Managing Partner, Mark Kennedy. Richard Maguire and Pat Magner will join the Mazars Partnership.