Paul Wyse

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“Getting property deals over the line is getting more challenging as financiers become nervous”

Irish law firms are feeling the squeeze from Covid-19 as their levels of unbilled and unpaid work in progress has been rising in recent years, accordi(...)

Most Irish businesses (58 per cent ) still use traditional methods of finance such as bank loans.

Irish SMEs are three times more likely to use bank debt as their UK counterparts, according to a survey by financial services firm Smith & William(...)

Smith & Williamson’s co-chief executive David Cobb

UK investment group Smith & Williamson has given its Irish management the task of doubling the size of the business, as the group prepares to floa(...)

The Smith & Williamson Survey of Irish Law Firms found 67 per cent of respondents reported increased revenue over the past year, with 62 per cent reporting increased profits.

Almost half of Ireland’s top law firms have received approaches by a UK law firm in the past year about possible mergers, acquisitions or strategic pa(...)

The key for successful succession planning is to have an individual or a group of individuals with the skill sets and experience necessary who is ready to take over at the appropriate time

It is vital that professional services firms such as legal practices make succession planning an integral process within their business. This can be a(...)