Frank O Keeffe

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Alan Murphy: ‘I am thrilled to have joined EY and to be leading the build out of EY Law Ireland.’

Professional services firm EY Ireland has confirmed plans to establish a new legal practice. The decision follows on from similar moves made elsewher(...)

Some 91 per cent of Irish chief executives told EY they expected empathy and soft skills to come to the fore. Photograph: iStock

Four-fifths of Irish chief executives are planning a “major transformation” of their companies over the next 12 months, with the pandemic acceleratin(...)

The draft email says the project would ‘provide a central and integrated insight centre and platform that better informs our cross-government C-19 response. Photograph: NIAID-RML via AP

Consultants working for the Government discussed setting up a “war room” for a data-driven “integrated insight centre” on Covid-19 dubbed “One Governm(...)

EY’s Irish arm employs 3,045 people, with offices in Dublin, Belfast, Cork, Limerick, Galway and Waterford

EY Ireland has reported a 9 per cent rise in revenues in the Republic to more than €359 million for the year to the end of June despite the disruption(...)

Helena O’Dwyer, head of Wavespace at EY and Frank O’Dea, chief innovation officer at EY. The new centre, Wavespace, is part of EY’s network of 39 global innovation centres. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Consulting firm EY Ireland has opened a new innovation centre in Dublin that is set to drive the Irish business and lead to further jobs. Wavespace i(...)

Some 333 of the new roles will be based across the firm’s two Dublin offices with a further 136 in Belfast

Consulting firm EY is to create 600 new jobs across its network of 10 Irish offices over the next year in a move that will bring total headcount local(...)

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(...)

VR Education chief executive David Whelan conducts a choir in Oxford’s Balliol College chapel in a test of leadership skills. Photograph: Paul Kelly

Oxford’s Balliol College chapel is an unlikely setting to observe some of Ireland’s brightest business minds run into difficulty. A choir of eight pat(...)

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 (...)

Isolde Johnson and Sarah O’Connor of The Cool Bean Company

The desire to be your own boss is generally the main driving force behind most people’s decision to set up their own business, and it’s a desire th(...)

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