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While each variant of the virus appears to have less of an impact on the economy, we still don’t know how things will pan out as central banks and governments taper pandemic stimulus this year.

There was a view in the market about six months ago that Irish banks would be in a position to release in their 2021 accounts some of the bad loan pro(...)

The audit related to the 2016 accounts of National Asset Management DAC (NAM), a key special-purpose vehicle used by Nama. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

The Irish accounting regulator has fined Mazars Ireland partner Michael Tuohy €10,500 over the quality of an audit carried out on a National Asset Ma(...)

Companies internationally are under growing pressure to outline credible plans for decarbonisation and to explain how they plan to achieve them, with the EU aiming to achieve carbon neutrality by 2050. Photograph: iStock

Climate change risk to business needs to be given more consideration in companies’ full-year accounts, the Irish accounting watchdog has said. It has (...)

The Irish accounting watchdog is planning to put a greater onus on auditors to look for potential fraud in company accounts. Photograph: iStock

The Irish accounting watchdog is planning to put a greater onus on auditors to look for potential fraud in company accounts, following on from develo(...)

Chartered Accountants Ireland made another procedural misstep in November 2016 when it decided to declare the independent reviewer’s decision void and appoint a second independent reviewer.

The Irish Auditing & Accounting Supervisory Authority (Iaasa) has reprimanded Chartered Accountants Ireland (CAI) over its handling of a complaint(...)

C&C had received ‘informal feedback’ that  on-trade premises  had identified a change in consumer behaviour. File photograph: iStock

Cider and beer maker C&C Group was challenged by the Irish accounting watchdog over the €47.6 million coronavirus-related financial charge it book(...)

The auditing & accounting supervisory authority said it expects annual and future half-yearly reports from companies to provide greater disclosure on the impact of the coronavirus crisis. File photograph: Getty

The Irish accounting regulator has called on companies to “redouble their efforts” to provide proper information on the impact of Covid-19 in their ac(...)

Accountancy: Multiple entry routes are available to Leaving Cert students, graduates and to workers seeking a mid-stream career change.

Accounting is an age-old profession that attracts people from all backgrounds. Multiple entry routes are available to Leaving Cert students, graduates(...)

EisnerAmper Audit said it has implemented all of Iaasa’s recommendations.  File photograph: Getty

The Irish accounting regulator has imposed €122,000 of fines and costs on EisnerAmper Audit and two staff members in Dublin for breaching accounting s(...)

 Grafton Street in Dublin recently: Insolvent liquidations are set to spike in the coming months, particularly in the retail, hospitality and tourism sectors. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the economy continues to emerge gingerly from a coronavirus-induced coma and companies survey the damage, many are running out of time, putting off(...)

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