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Deloitte supporting Cork’s recovery

26th June, 2016
The Cork Deloitte team, including (top) Mike Sheehan, corporate finance partner; Kevin Butler, audit partner; Eileen Healy, risk advisory partner and (seated) John OFlynn, tax partner, and Honor Moore, partner in charge of the Deloitte office, Cork

Cork’s recovery is well under way, and nowhere is that better evidenced than the reappearance of construction cranes on the Leeside skyline.

As one of the leading professional services and consulting firms in the world and in the city, Deloitte is in an ideal position not only to watch, but to participate in and support Cork’s recovery. Its dedicated office on Lapps Quay is one of the most active hubs in advising Cork’s...

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