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Ireland’s Largest Accountancy Body Elects New President

New Chartered Accountants President says current political uncertainty puts jobs at stake. Feargal McCormack has been elected President of Chartered Accountants Ireland at its 130th Annual General Meeting in Belfast.   Addressing the Chartered Accountants Ireland AGM in Belfast today (18 May 2018), Mr McCormack highlighted the current political and economic uncertainty on the island of Ireland and expressed his view that delivering political stability is the vital ...

Corporate Finance Workshop

Join us at the PKF-FPM Corporate Finance Workshop! Limited availability still exists for this event, which is pitched at those operating in senior Finance roles in businesses.  Talk to the experts at PKF-FPM Accountants, Whiterock Capital, Key Capital and Tughans Solictors.   To book your FREE place contact Donna McKillion on 02887750400 or email d.mckillion@pkffpm.com    

Job Opportunity – Accounts Administrator/Office Manager

Our client, a rapidly expanding, energetic and forward thinking civil engineering company based in County Tyrone are now recruiting an Accounts Administrator/Book-Keeper/Office Manager.   This represents an excellent opportunity for an ambitious candidate to form part of the Management Team in a growth company, contributing to the growth and success of the company whilst also developing their position and personal career.   Reporting to the Managing Director, the role ...

Workplace & Wellbeing Breakfast Seminar

To book your FREE place contact Lauren Quinn l.quinn@pkffpm.com or call 02830261010  

Vulture Funds : Opportunity or Threat for Irish Residents?

By Gary Digney Director/Personal Insolvency Practitioner   As has been widely reported, Permanent TSB and Ulster Bank plan to sell up to 25,000 mortgages to so called Vulture Funds. This move is mainly driven by the requirements of the European Central Bank for lenders to reduce the number of loans and arrears on their balance sheet.   Deuska Bank, Apollo Service Loan Star, Carvan, Goldman Sachs and Cerebus have emerged ...

PKF-FPM Win Tax Team of the Year at the Irish Accountancy Awards 2018

PKF-FPM are delighted and thrilled to announce that we won Tax Team of the Year across the whole of Ireland, North and South, at The Irish Accountancy Awards 2018 in Dublin on Thursday 26th April 2018.   Our desire is to provide Best In Class Tax Advice across Ireland and Northern Ireland and it’s an honour to be recognised Nationally for our commitment to clients, expertise, thought ...

Don’t fall into the Bad Debt Trap – Join us at a free seminar

  To book your free place contact Lauren Quinn on 028302 61010 or email  l.quinn@pkffpm.com    

PKF Managing Partners Strategic Planning Session

PKF-FPM Managing Partner, Feargal McCormack, was delighted to host the Managing Partners of the PKF and Ireland firms to a Strategic Planning session in their Belfast office on Wednesday and Thursday 14 and 15 March 2018.  

Launch of PLATO Growth Programme in Mid-Ulster

Ambitious Mid Ulster businesses in all industry sectors are being offered a unique opportunity to invest in their management and leadership skills through a customised programme underpinned by peer to peer learning and learning from the Bigger Guys. The programme offers owner managers a business support forum where they can network and discuss business growth challenges with established large ‘parent’ companies in the region. These ...

Spring Statement 2018

The Chancellor promised a Spring Statement devoid of mini-Budget trappings, and that is precisely what he delivered.  He announced no new spending or tax measures, despite the Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) providing a marginally more upbeat forecast. Instead Mr Hammond used his despatch box time to review the economy and launch 13 consultations.   For further details on the announcements in this year’s statement download our ...