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KPMG in Galway has returned as the main sponsor for a second year for a girls’ soccer academy that is being run in Galway. The Academy, which is being run by former Ireland underage international, Emer Flatley, has seen its numbers of participants increase from just eight girls to almost 200 over the past year.
KPMG in Galway has been announced as the main sponsor for a Girls’ Soccer Academy that is being run in Galway, commencing on July 7.
KPMG has announced the appointment of Laurence May as Head of KPMG in Galway.
NUI Galway has announced an innovative collaboration with KPMG on a new Masters programme, the MSc in International Accounting and Analytics, and the appointment of Laurence May, Audit Director at KPMG, as Adjunct Professor in Accounting and Finance at the J.E. Cairnes School of Business and Economics at NUI Galway.
Over the past 36 years, KPMG has made its mark on the West of Ireland and on the business community of Galway. Brian Thornton, KPMG partner in charge of the Galway office, explains.
KPMG is the leading business advisory firm in the West of Ireland with a presence in Galway which is now in its 35th year. The Galway office has over 70 professionals providing audit, tax and advisory services to a wide range of clients in the BMW and Mid West region.
William Carr and Sons seafood business, which is based in Killala, was placed into receivership last week and, according to national reports, is expected to be sold to Swedish seafood group Mondi. Receiver Kieran Wallace of KPMG was appointed by Ulster Bank to takeover the company last Friday.
Leading accountants and business advisers KPMG have been at the heart of commerce in the West of Ireland for almost 35 years. While the economic environment has changed immensely in that period some things have stayed the same.
Chartered accountancy firm Russell Brennan Keane is delighted to announce a number of promotions and new appointments.
There was a collective sigh of relief from staff at Superquinn in the Market Cross shopping centre this week, following news that the company had gone into receivership and that Musgraves is confirmed to take over the company.