Siobhan Maguire

Siobhan Maguire

The best in Irish law honoured at awards

The best in Irish law honoured at awards

The Irish legal profession raised the bar at this year’s Travelers Irish Law Awards in an evening that celebrated and recognised the excellence and achievements of the country’s leading law firms and teams

A helping hand in Ireland’s legal landscape

A helping hand in Ireland’s legal landscape

The Law Society of Ireland has new incentives to help small solicitors’ firms and lawyers returning to work

Corporate transactions see a steady increase

Corporate transactions see a steady increase

Ann-Marie Reddy, director of corporate finance at Blackthorn Capital, tells Siobhán Maguire that newfound confidence in how companies rate their worth is fuelling activity in the mergers and acquisitions market

M&A activity buoyant

M&A activity buoyant

Irish companies are buying more overseas, and overseas companies are buying more in Ireland. This...

RSM’s expertise drives clients’ businesses in the right direction

RSM’s expertise drives clients’ businesses in the right direction

John Glennon, managing partner of RSM Ireland, shares the trends and growth the firm has experienced in the transactions industry in Ireland and globally. Siobhán Maguire reports

Outlook for Ireland remains positive

Outlook for Ireland remains positive

The IMF’s latest report has concluded that our economy is highly dynamic, writes Siobhán Maguire

Ireland’s financial services sector in an enviable state of rude health

Ireland’s financial services sector in an enviable state of rude health

In a week where the Central Bank made a case for the reintroduction of bankers’ bonuses, Ireland’s financial services sector stands firmly on the road to success.

Looking for funding? Think big to succeed

Looking for funding? Think big to succeed

Ireland Inc needs scaling enterprise, and Euronext can help that to happen.

How fintech is shaping the future

How fintech is shaping the future

The Irish Management Institute (IMI) will launch a Future of Financial Services Leadership programme in September. Here, the programme director Chris Roebuck shares his own observations of the fintech revolution.

A little more give and take needed for voluntary sector

A little more give and take needed for voluntary sector

Non-profits contribute €2 billion to the economy annually, but their national body the Wheel warns that new regulations are stretching them to the max, and lack of trust is stifling the sector.

How non-profits are sticking to the code

How non-profits are sticking to the code

Aedín Morkan, audit and assurance partner at Mazars, explains why it’s not always easy for organisations to comply with the new governance rules.

A strong case for ‘cause’ marketing

A strong case for ‘cause’ marketing

Younger consumers are demanding more from the brands they engage with - and an authentic partnership with a charity can have a huge impact.

Helping the charity sector excel at ‘proud-funding’

Helping the charity sector excel at ‘proud-funding’

Since 2015, Nexus Direct, an internationally recognised fundraising agency, has worked closely with leading Irish non-profit groups.

Ready to meet the Brexit challenge

Ready to meet the Brexit challenge

Ireland is a top location for British financial sector companies seeking a post-Brexit base, and RSM Ireland is on hand to help address the challenges involved.

Celebrating the work of schools committed to entrepreneurial education

Celebrating the work of schools committed to entrepreneurial education

Junior Achievement Ireland announces Microsoft as partner for the inaugural TESA Summit 2019