ACCOUNTANTS SHEPHERDING IRELAND’S CONSTRUCTION SECTOR AS IT RECOVERS FROM THE FINANCIAL CRISIS

CONSTRUCTION was a pillar of Ireland’s Celtic Tiger boom that brought wealth to the country before the global financial crisis hit in 2008. Now, 10 years on, the Irish building sector is once again fuelling economic growth, with construction activity having “significantly increased” in the past 14 months, according to Jamie O’Hanlon, an accountant and managing director, of Dublin and Portlaoise-based Avid Partners. Construction is an important part of this accounting practice’s client base, with O’Hanlon noting that building business in Ireland has ...


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