Accountancy firm moves to Limerick landmark building

The Limerick office of Horwath Bastow Charleton, the accountancy and business advisory firm, has moved to the landmark Red Church building in the city centre.

15th January, 2005

The Limerick office of Horwath Bastow Charleton, the accountancy and business advisory firm, has moved to the landmark Red Church building in the city centre. The move came after staff numbers more than doubled to 30 people since the office opened in November 2003. The four senior partners of the Limerick branch are Liam Hession, Brian McEnery, Mary McKeogh and Con Quigley, who have particular expertise in the hotel and catering industry.

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