KPMG is committed to Galway’s business boom

With an abundance of medtech and ICT companies established, an improved road service to the city, a newly developed port and a rich vein of talent, Galway is becoming the place to do business

27th September, 2015
Brian Thornton (centre), partner in charge of KPMG Galway, with colleagues Conor O’Dowd and Mary McGinley

KPMG has a long-standing commitment to the west of Ireland, having first opened an office in Galway in 1980.

“As the region’s leading firm of auditors and tax advisers, we employ over 70 professionals. The team provides audit, taxation and advisory services to a wide range of indigenous and foreign-owned companies, ranging from start-ups to established entities,” said Brian Thornton, partner in charge of KPMG Galway.

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