Trump is affecting inward investment, says EY boss

Mike McKerr also admitted that tax advisers had pushed tax planning for some large corporations too far

1st April, 2018
Mike McKerr

The outgoing managing partner of EY Ireland has said the uncertainty created by Donald Trump’s presidency of the US is having an impact on inward investment into Ireland.

Mike McKerr also admitted that tax advisers had pushed tax planning for some large corporations too far.

In a major interview with The Sunday Business Post, McKerr also spoke about the reputational damage inflicted upon the firm as a result of its role as...

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