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President Liam Lynch, ethic expert Penelope Kenny and recruitment specialist Ed Heffernan talk about the future of the accountancy profession in this round-table discussion.
In this month's podcast, Accountancy Ireland talks to Heather Briers about how you can get involved in CAVA; Kerri O'Connell discusses the burden the current tax regime puts on SMEs; and Ita Gibney explains the importance of communication planning for your business.
Paul Dillion, Tax Partner in Duignan Cathy O'Neill and Chartered Accountants Ireland Council member, Norah Collender, Tax Technical Manager and Crona Brady, Tax Manager in Chartered Accountants Ireland discuss the key points of Budget 2017.
Accountancy Ireland talks to Des Peelo, author of The Valuation of Businesses and Shares, 2nd edition, about the changing landscape of business valuations. We also discuss the US Presidential election and what that could mean to Ireland with Feargal O'Rourke, Managing Partner at PwC.
In the August Accountancy Ireland Podcast, Mark Kennedy explains how Ireland can position itself well leading up to Britian's exit from the EU. Also, Penelope Kenny discusses the importance of whistleblowing programmes and John Glennon takes us on the journey from small practice to becoming RSM Ireland.
Interviews with Peter Vale about transparency in the EU, Niall Quinn preps us for a media interview, Ros O'Shea talks about the lack of ethical leaders in business and Alan Baldwin takes us through dilapidations.
Liz Riley talks to Barry Doyle, CFO at XSellco, about his success as a young Chartered Accountant; Sarah Conroy, Partner at Beale & Company, discusses the importance of having terms of engagement with your clients; and Gina London, communication expert, helps you enhance your executive presence.
Liz Riley talks to Garrett Cronin from PWC about improving the finance function; Caroline Pope explains the benefits of non-financial reporting; and David Fox discusses his emigration back to Ireland from Australia.
Liz Riley talks to Penelope Kenny about the struggle to get a good ethical culture in organisations; discusses the riskiness of bonds with Bria Murphy; and explores the complexities of integration management with Dr Nicholas Ingle.
The Accountancy Ireland Podcast Budget 2016 Special is now available featuring Liam Lynch, Tax Partner and Head of Insurance at KPMG and Deputy President of Chartered Accountants Ireland; Kim Rowan, Tax Manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland; and Paul Dillon, Taxation Partner at Duignan Carthy O’Neill and a member of Council.
Liz Riley interviews Niall May, Audit, Advisory and Assurance Partner at Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, about the new role of the internal auditor; Kim Rowan, tax manager at Chartered Accountants Ireland, gives us top tips for iXBRL; and Ed Heffernan talks about making a career change.
On the August 2015 Accountancy Ireland Podcast, Ian Mitchell from Eighty20 Focus give tips on creating a harmonious working relationship with your partner; James McNally from PwC discusses how tax practitioners can make the tax function more of a strategic asset; and Dawn Leane explains why Chartered Accountants Support is an important member resource.
Chartered Accountants Ireland Deputy President Liam Lynch talks about Strategy 2020; Stephen Tormey speaks to delegates at the annual conference; and Daisy Downes, outgoing-Managing Editor of Accountancy Ireland tells stories about her time at the Institute.
Keith McCarthy discusses how to be a better business leader; David Holland gives his top tips for selling your business; Stephen Molloy talks about the Chartered Accountants Ireland Annual Conference in Galway.
Niall Fitzgerald discusses succession planning in practising accounting firms; Pat Costello discusses a new Export Start Guide; Professor Alan Sangster describes the discovery of a 15th double entry bookkeeping manuscript.
Interviews with Bernie Coyne, Coyne Research; Julie Fenton, EY; Colm McDonnell, Deloitte. Presenter: Liz Riley, Chartered Accountants Ireland.
Expert analysis of Budget 2015 by Chartered Accountants for Chartered Accountants
01:55 Jacky Fox (Deloitte) on mobile phone security; 07:15 Anne O'Dwyer (Duffy Phelps) on insolvency; Bryan Rankin (Chartered Accountants Ireland) on training routes for Chartered Accountants.
Mike Harris, Grant Thornton on Cyber Security; John O'Callaghan, BDO on what accountants can learn from the professional services sector; Orla Fisher, Chartered Accountants Leinster Society on why CAVA needs more volunteers
Covers women in accounting, personal insolvency, OECD tax proposals for high tech companies, family business succession. Guests: Claire Millar, Michael Keenan, Brian Keegan and Suzanne O'Neill.
Segments on Charities Governance, Women in Accounting and Commercial Property.
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