Olivia Lynch

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Increases to tax credits for the self-employed, as well as measures to help SMEs retain staff, were welcomed.

Advocates for entrepreneurs gave a mixed reaction to measures contained in Budget 2020. Increases to tax credits for the self-employed, as well as m(...)

Olivia Lynch, partner at KPMG: “A hard Brexit is terrible, but not preparing for it is just as bad.”

Most entrepreneurs who run small and medium-sized businesses believe the State’s tax system favours foreign multinationals over companies such as thei(...)

Olivia Lynch, partner at KPMG: “A hard Brexit is terrible, but not preparing for it is just as bad.”

Most entrepreneurs who run small and medium-sized businesses believe the State’s tax system favours foreign multinationals over companies such as the(...)

Norman Crowley, CEO of Crowley Carbon, who is speaking at the  latest KPMG Private Enterprise Inspire Series event, and Olivia Lynch of KPMG.

The challenge of climate change will be met by private-sector innovation and inventiveness and not by government policy changes or other state interve(...)

Olivia Lynch: “One of our greatest motivators is watching our clients’ meet and often exceed their ambitions through innovation, drive and sheer determination.” Copyright Fennell Photography 2014

Private and family-owned businesses underpin a large part of the Irish economy. SMEs account for 70 per cent of private sector employment, and it is e(...)

Julie Meyer, left,  founder of First Tuesday and Ariadne Capital, and Olivia Lynch, Partner, KPMG Private Enterprise at RHA, Dublin

Entrepreneurs hold the solution to Europe’s sluggish growth problem. That’s the view of Julie Meyer, founder of First Tuesday and Ariadne Capital, who(...)

Nick Wheeler with KPMG private enterprise partner Olivia Lynch. Photograph: Julien Behal

Charles Tyrwhitt Shirts founder Nick Wheeler has taken a highly conventional business – making and selling high-quality shirts and menswear – and take(...)

KPMG partner Olivia Lynch: “Irish female entrepreneurs have a major role in helping deliver economic growth and job-creation objectives.”

The ninth cycle of the KPMG-sponsored Going for Growth female entrepreneurship programme kicks off on February 17th. The highly successful initiative (...)

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said: “We want everyone on an income to gain from this [USC reduction]. But we want the gains to be proportionate.” Photograph: Alan Betson

It has been touted as the budget that could bring down a government, with the Government’s plan to move towards scrapping the universal social charge (...)