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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar with EY managing partner, Frank O’Keeffe. Photograph: Maxwells

Financial services firm EY is creating 520 new jobs both to shore up its existing core practices and develop business around information technology, s(...)

Belgian prime minister Charles Michel and his British counterpart Theresa May exchanging  football jerseys. Photograph: Ludovic Marin/AFP

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar was put on the spot as he made his way into the headquarters of the European Council in Brussels for a key summit on Thursday. (...)

The Republic’s GDP will grow three times faster than Northern Ireland this year. Photograph: iStock

The Republic’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow at more than four times the rate of Northern Ireland this year assuming a smooth post-Brexit pro(...)

Frank O’Keeffe (left) and Mike McKerr, whom he will succeed as managing partner of EY Ireland on July 1st.

EY Ireland has selected Frank O’Keeffe as its new managing partner from July, succeeding Mike McKerr, who will become chairman of the accountancy and (...)

Ireland is heading towards a ‘major talent crisis’, EY and Sigmar have said. Photograph: iStock

Irish employers believe they’ll have to offer two out of every three employees salary increases to retain talent this year, a survey has found. The (...)

In a statement on Tuesday, PTSB said that it has instructed EY to begin the formal sales process of Project Glas.

Permanent TSB has pressed the start button on the sale of a portfolio of loans, known as Project Glas, as it seeks to lower its level of non-performin(...)

Minister for Business, Enterprise, and Innovation  Heather Humphreys meets (from left) Caitriona Lannen, head of jobs and education, The Irish Times, Robert Mac Giolla Phadraig,  chief commercial officer Sigmar Recruitment, and Mary-Kate Martin Smith, director People Advisory, EY, for the launch of Talent Summit 2018 at the Department of Enterprise. Photograph: Conor Mulhern

Creative expert and best-selling author of The Element, Sir Ken Robinson, has been named as the keynote speaker at Talent Summit, the country’s larges(...)

The collapse of outsourcing giant Carillion has  sparked calls in Britain  for the Big Four to be broken up. Photograph: Darren Staples/Reuters

“Shining light into dark places” is the motto that an organisation called the Tax Justice Network (TJN) gives to its financial secrecy index. It ran(...)

 Shane MacSweeney, Annette Hughes  and Mike McKerr: acquisition of DKM is in line with EY’s global and Irish strategy to integrate the full range of economic advisory services. Photograph:  Naoise Culhane

EY Ireland has made its first acquisition with the purchase of the well-known DKM Economic Advisory practice for an undisclosed sum. DKM, which was o(...)

Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, Philip Hammond. Photograph; Jeff Overs/BBC Handout via Reuters

Tax experts have urged UK chancellor Philip Hammond to “rethink” plans to cut corporation tax to 17 per cent by the end of the decade in order to free(...)

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