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Sentiment strong across the board, reports Crowe Horwath

27th November, 2016
Naoise Cosgrove, managing partner, Crowe Horwath

Crowe Horwath accountancy and business advisory firm reports strong activity in corporate transactions across all sectors in 2016. Managing partner Naoise Cosgrove said: “Sentiment is strong right across the board, confidence is high, as is investor demand for Irish businesses.”

Acknowledging that macro changes including Brexit and the US election result create uncertainty, he said: “In our experience, all of the businesses we have recently been involved in selling have received considerable interest –...

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