Wednesday June 3, 2020

Waterford firm paving the way for the future of business management

With an open outlook, the Waterford operation prides itself on developing accountant-client relationships built on trust, writes Graham Clifford

22nd January, 2017
Frank Wallace pictured at James F Wallace and Co on Gladstone Street in Waterford Pictures: Dylan Vaughan

It’s the minimalist nature of the renovated offices of James F Wallace & Company on Waterford City’s historic Gladstone Street that first hits you.

No boxes overflowing with documents behind desks, no clunky furniture or clutter. Instead, clients are greeted with bright open space in this new and dynamic modern office.

The company has become an institution in the south-eastern capital since 1985 when Frank Wallace first brought his accounting services,...

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