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Crowe Horwath is helping to future-proof family-run firms

In recent decades there’s been something of a shift in the culture of traditional owner-managed businesses across Ireland

20th November, 2016
John Byrne, partner at the Crowe Horwath accountancy and business advisory firm

For generations fathers passed the family business down to an offspring and the hand-over continued down through the ages. Indeed succession was deemed more of a formality rather than a coherent and well thought-out business development.

But as John Byrne, partner at the Crowe Horwath accountancy and business advisory firm, explains that trend is no longer taken for granted.

“There’s now a willingness to consider alternative routes and outcomes and more owners are seeking professional...

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