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Cork 2017: Bringing the best of global practice to Cork

One of the Big Four, KPMG has seen staff numbers at its Cork office grow from fewer than 100 to more than 140. Now the city itself is on the cusp of substantial growth, writes Michael Lynch

18th June, 2017
Michael Lynch, tax partner at KPMG

Cork stands at the cusp of a fantastic opportunity. The dock areas – both north and south – offer huge potential and an opportunity to develop significant additional office and residential accommodation in a sustainable fashion.

Where the opportunity presented is appropriately delivered upon, Cork can and will provide a meaningful counter-balance to the Dublin marketplace.

The Cork metropolitan area has already seen significant successes over the last few years: 1 Albert Quay, Grand Parade...

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