View Let EFM help you tackle the challenges of year end

Let EFM help you tackle the challenges of year end

2020 has been a turbulent year for businesses. The world is in a state of crisis with the covid-19 pandemic crippling businesses and causing heartache for business owners. All of this uncertainty is affecting SMEs to the point where they will have to make the decision of keeping the business open, fully or scaled back,…

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View EFM Ireland welcomes experienced Finance Director, Sean Finn, to our growing Dublin team!

EFM Ireland welcomes experienced Finance Director, Sean Finn, to our growing Dublin team!

About Sean… An experienced Senior Financial Specialist – Sean Finn has extensive experience in businesses ranging from owner managed SMEs, financial services multinationals with worldwide operations and state-owned commercial enterprises. Sean has proven skills in managing financial & management reporting systems, business process review & improvement and stakeholder management. He believes that a Senior Financial…

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View EFM Associate Guest Blog – Preparing your manufacturing business for 2021

EFM Associate Guest Blog – Preparing your manufacturing business for 2021

At EFM we like to get our Associates to share their thoughts and experiences with certain sectors and activities to demonstrate to business owners how best they can support their companies through their flexible, part-time financial management expertise. Sharing her career experiences, Associate FD Linda Harvey, will be discussing her thoughts around the manufacturing sector…

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View Improved Financial & Management Reporting

Improved Financial & Management Reporting

Background A small business unit within a bank had gone through a period of growth. To meet customer requirements, sales agreements had become more complex. There was pressure to reduce or eliminate costs. The existing accounting system had not had real resources invested in it for a number of years and was increasingly not fit…

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View EFM Ireland supports SME’s through Covid grant schemes

EFM Ireland supports SME’s through Covid grant schemes

Ever since the beginning of the lockdown, thousands of businesses have suffered from the effects of the Covid-19 crisis. Throughout the pandemic, Government funded organisations such as Enterprise Ireland and Local Enterprise Offices throughout the country have been supporting SME’s by encouraging business owners to apply for various grant funding schemes. For the companies that…

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View EFM’s UK & Irish divisions continue to thrive throughout lockdown

EFM’s UK & Irish divisions continue to thrive throughout lockdown

EFM have been working hard to ensure that our clients and partners across the UK and Ireland remain tough and resilient, keeping their finances strong and futures secure, to help survive this forever changing landscape. We wanted to share with you just some of the activities and updates that have helped our clients endure the…

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View Identifying opportunities throughout a crisis – BITA Webinar – 22nd July – 4pm

Identifying opportunities throughout a crisis – BITA Webinar – 22nd July – 4pm

With the current covid-19 crisis creating problems for businesses across the UK, business owners and entrepreneurs must not give into the pressure throughout this difficult time. Don’t let the covid problems keep you up at night. A crisis can create opportunities for businesses. However, not all entrepreneurs will be able to spot these at first….

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View Associate FD, John Devaney, appointed as new President of CPA Ireland

Associate FD, John Devaney, appointed as new President of CPA Ireland

Congratulations to John Devaney on his appointment as the new President of CPA Ireland. John became a member of CPA Ireland in 1992 and was appointed to Council of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland (CPA Ireland) in April 2012. Whilst catching up with John after the CPA Ireland AGM, he stated that…

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