David Drumm led Anglo Irish between 2005 and 2008. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Former Anglo Irish Bank chief executive David Drumm has been expelled from Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) and fined €15,000 after a disciplinary (...)

Chartered Accountants Ireland was responding to a public consultation from the Brydon review.

Auditors should have to form a view on the long-term viability of companies they’re scrutinising and then make this position publicly available, accor(...)

File photograph of Wexford accountant Alan Hynes. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Wexford accountant Alan Hynes has had his membership of Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) revoked after a disciplinary appeals tribunal found agains(...)

A  file photograph of Wexford accountant Alan Hynes. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Accountant Alan Hynes failed to turn up on Friday for a court ordered appeal against a decision to revoke his membership of the Chartered Accountants (...)

Feargal McCormack, elected president at its 130th annual general meeting, said businesses across the island are cautious.

Businesses North and South are “hedging” when it comes to investment decisions because of the uncertainty surrounding Brexit which is putting “jobs, e(...)

KBC Bank chief economist Austin Hughes said the Brexit was no longer the “overarching focus” for businesses.

Irish businesses are more concerned with data protection and staffing issues than Brexit, according to a report by KBC Bank. The KBC Bank Ireland / (...)

Irish companies’ concerns about the impact of Brexit linger, the latest business sentiment index from KBC Bank and Chartered Accountants Ireland has found.

The mood of Irish companies improved this spring, but many remain in the dark about the potential impact of Brexit, the latest business sentiment inde(...)

Some 42% of companies reported increased employment levels in the past three months. Just 9% of firms reported a drop in headcount.   All but one industry sector surveyed reported a stronger positive jobs balance than three months earlier. Photograph: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg

Business sentiment declined slightly in the second quarter as output growth eased and there were concerns over economic and political developments in(...)

Accountant Alan Hynes: his hearing was heard over 14 days last year

For journalists used to dealing with the courts and public inquiries, the recently-ended hearings of the Disciplinary Tribunal of the Chartered Accoun(...)

The construction sector was the only notable exception to the trend for subdued costs. Photograph: Alan Betson

Irish companies reported “steady rather than spectacular” increases in activity in the second quarter, according to the latest business sentiment ind(...)

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