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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View Key Performance Indicators and why they’re good for any business

Key Performance Indicators and why they’re good for any business

In this blog we would like to share with you some tools that Management Accountants use which will help you analyse your own business success, giving you the information needed to plan for growth and to measure business performance. Too many businesses chug along on a day-to-day basis without being very clear on where they…

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View EFM Ireland’s Business Development Director nominated for award

EFM Ireland’s Business Development Director nominated for award

In late 2019, EFM Ireland’s Business Development Director, Áine Collins, was nominated for the ‘Corporate Leader of the Year’, at The 2nd Irish Women’s Awards 2020. The awards board then got in touch with the EFM Ireland team directly to inform us that Áine had been selected as a finalist for this award category. Áine…

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View From an idea to maturity – the 5 stages of business growth

From an idea to maturity – the 5 stages of business growth

Whether you’re attempting to increase market share, improve profitability or build your team, every company is trying to grow. Unfortunately, business owners will inevitably encounter challenges and experiences that will trigger pain points and create potential barriers during the business’ growth process. In this article, EFM Growth walks you through the five stages of business…

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View Increased number of UK SMEs setting up in Ireland

Increased number of UK SMEs setting up in Ireland

According to data from business and credit risk analysts, CRIF Vision-net, 5,010 start-ups formed in Ireland in the last quarter of 2019, despite the uncertainty surrounding the UK’s impending departure from the European Union (EU). The UK vote to leave the EU is the largest and most immediate challenge facing Irish SMEs, however this figure…

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View EFM Ireland FD, John Devaney, establishes an EU entity for UK based information governance specialist in Dublin

EFM Ireland FD, John Devaney, establishes an EU entity for UK based information governance specialist in Dublin

Many congratulations to our EFM Ireland associate finance director, John Devaney, on your recent client feedback. Background Oyster IMS is a UK based information governance specialist with clients across the EU including in Ireland. In order to better service clients located in the EU, Oyster IMS took the strategic decision to form an EU-based business…

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View Save time & money – Outsource your financial management

Save time & money – Outsource your financial management

An increasing number of start-ups & SMEs are able to scale up whilst keeping a careful eye on overheads through outsourcing financial management functions. Most commonly routine finance and accounting services such as payroll and bookkeeping are outsourced, but increasingly other areas of finance can also be successfully outsourced. Outsourcing finance functions helps companies to…

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