Accountancy firms merge
The merged firm has a turnover of €6 million and will operate from Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6.
Accountancy firms PKF O’Connor, Leddy & Holmes and Doody Crowley have merged to form a combined business employing more than 70 people, writes Tom Lyons.
The merged firm has a turnover of €6 million and will operate from Harold’s Cross, Dublin 6. The two practices will be called PFK O’Connor, Leddy & Holmes.
It is a full service firm of accountants and corporate advisers, which is a member of PFK International,...
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