Monday March 30, 2020

Awards give a good account of Irish companies

6th December, 2015
Gearoíd Loibhéad, finance director of Concern, which won the Large Not for Profit Entities and Charities award, accepts the award from Garrett McCarthy and Deirdre SomersIain White

In recent years, the quality of financial reporting in Ireland has come under the spotlight. While high-quality, transparent and responsible reporting has been a long-term priority for most private and public bodies others failed to adequately evaluate risks in the run-up to Ireland’s economic downturn.

But, in line with new rules governing financial reporting, Irish companies and bodies, such as all those which entered this year’s Published Accounts Awards, have led the way...

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