Ernst & Young

Ernst & Young Building
Harcourt Centre
Harcourt Street
Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 475 0555
Fax: +353 1 475 0599
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Nature of Business
Accounting, Auditing

News

Dublin remains top location for financial services firms post-Brexit
EY Economic Eye - Ireland forecasts revised upwards, but gathering storm clouds should not be ignored
EY announces 520 new jobs in Ireland
Half of Irish organisations favour regulation to drive Diversity & Inclusion
Commenting on CGT following the publication of the Finance Bill,
EY Comments on Budget Measures
EY reacts to the Government’s Summer Economic Statement (SES)
Petya ramsomware – the new normal?
Bribery and corruption remains prevalent in Ireland, however business leaders unsure how to tackle it
Diversity & Inclusion identified as a key driver of business performance and talent attraction, but more investment is needed
Irish entrepreneurs continue to invest in future growth, but the cost of doing business in Ireland identified as a key challenge
EY Ireland reaction to the triggering of Article 50
Simon MacAllister, Partner and Brexit Lead for EY Ireland, comments on the UK’s Government announcement on the draft Brexit agreement
EY Brexit Tracker - 13 major financial services companies in the UK have confirmed they are moving some staff and/or operations to Dublin
Big Four’ Firm EY appoints Neil Gibson as Chief Economist for Ireland
EY’s Economic Eye Summer Forecast
Over €26 billion in investment funds available to Irish medtech start-ups set to pitch at global conference
EY Ireland reports market leading double digit growth for the third consecutive year

Press Releases

Dublin remains most attractive location for financial services firms post-Brexit
What’s in store for Ireland’s economy in 2019?
60% of business leaders say failure to attract and retain top talent is the biggest challenge they face
EY comments on the Summer Economic Statement
50% of Irish senior decision-makers prepared to act unethically to help their business survive an economic downturn
EY Ireland reaction to WannaCry cyber-attack