Certainty holds key

David Montgomery of EisnerAmper believes that Ireland’s straightforward approach to compliance makes it all the more attractive to multinationals, writes Graham Clifford

26th March, 2017
David Montgomery, head of risk and regulatory advisory at EisnerAmper Ireland PIc: Fergal Phillips

When considering different overseas locations to set up base, multinational companies seek out well-regulated countries where maximum certainty exists.

This, according to EisnerAmper’s David Montgomery, is where Ireland holds its own against competing nations.

EisnerAmper Ireland is a firm of specialist accountants with a niche focus on three markets: financial services, international trade and government. Company partner and head of the firm Frank Keane was one of the founders of Ireland Gateway to...

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