HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were delighted to host a fund raising coffee morning in aid of Milford Care Centre in our offices at 45 O’Connell Street on a sunny May morning.
Britain is holding a referendum on its continued membership of the European Union on June 23rd. There is much speculation and discussion about the impact such an exit could have on both Irish businesses and the Irish economy. Given the significance of the possible consequences of a Brexit we have taken the opportunity to conduct
HLB Insight, HLB International’s magazine, is now available for download.
The Mid West Society of Chartered Accountants had a capacity crowd in the Savoy Hotel on Thursday night (14th April) for the Spring Ladies event, which we were delighted to sponsor. During a busy evening of networking, socialising and pampering the region’s professional women picked up important tips about branding, planning for your financial future, progressing in your career and managing to do all of this stylishly!
We’re looking forward to a great event on Thursday April 14th in the Savoy Hotel, Limerick with Chartered Accountants Mid West Society. The Ladies Spring Event is an evening covering personal finance, career advancement, personal branding, professional style & beauty – just a few of the concerns the modern career woman has! Anyone interested in attending can book directly with the society by emailing Cathy McDermott or via the Chartered Accountants Mid West Society website
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were once again delighted to sponsor the South of Ireland Vets Tennis Tournament (for the over 35’s). This is our fourth year sponsoring the tournament which sees teams from all over the South of Ireland compete in an intense three-day tournament.
We are delighted to announce the following Manager appointments – Bríd Darcy, Michelle Loftus and Aileen O’Neill. This represents another significant milestone in the firm’s development as it further enhances our management team.
We’re delighted to support Limerick city’s bid to be the 2020 European City of Culture and are proudly displaying the logo in our window. There is a large campaign in the city for businesses to show their support for the 2020 bid after the success of the city’s experience as Irish City of Culture in 2014.
Chambers Ireland is the premier networking organisation in Ireland and its annual yearbook is the main communication piece for the membership, containing in-depth business analysis and a full directory of all chambers.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were delighted to record our most successful EIIS fundraising to date in 2015. After noting an increased appetite for solid wind farm EIIS projects in 2014 we fundraised for two separate wind farm projects in 2015 raising over €2.7m.