A common complaint of small to medium enterprises in Ireland is the lack of sufficient funding from the banks to adequately cater for the sustainability, growth and expansion of the business but are we barking up the wrong tree.
Mazars is unique among the larger professional services firms in Ireland in operating a dedicated department for providing clients with fully outsourced management reporting, accounting, payroll and related tax services.
Justin Moran, Director, Risk & Internal Controls, Mazars, explains why private sector boards need to develop a sharper focus on corporate governance issues.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With two potentially conflicting compliance requirements coming into force in 2018 many FS organisations are opting to stay on the sidelines. But Mazars partner Liam McKenna says there are still a lot of questions to be resolved.
Charities and not-for-profit organisations that are open about their finances and governance are far more successful in winning public trust and raising funds, according to Aedín Morkan, director at Mazars.
There has been a recent development in the long running legal case (John Barry and Others v The Minister for Agriculture and Food) in relation to the employment status of individuals. This case highlights the complex nature of working arrangements and the difficulty that sometimes arises in determining whether an individual should be treated as employed or self-employed, which can create a tax risk for employers.
Mazars is delighted to win two Finance Dublin awards for advising the shareholders and management team on the sale of Fastway and advising Joyce Supermarkets on the buyside of the acquisition of the Nestor Group. We are extremely proud that Irelands leading businesses continue to partner with us and thrive.
On 15 March 2018, Irish software firm Zutec Holdings successfully closed their funding round for their IPO of 50m Swedish krona (€5 million) on the Nasdaq First North stock exchange.
Lorcan Colclough FCA, Partner and Technology Leader, Mazars shares his views on the likely trends 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.
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.