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Welcome to Kelliher O’Shea, Chartered Accountants
Kelliher O’Shea, Chartered Accountants, is formerly the Castleisland practice of OCKT (O’Connor Kelliher & Treacy).
Today, financial transactions of large, medium and small enterprises are under a significantly higher degree of scrutiny by regulatory authorities.
We are capable of providing you with a comprehensive suite of accountancy, taxation and advisory services and solutions to meet your needs. Our partners have a wealth of experience that go beyond ensuring your compliance requirements are met by offering you real added value for your business.
The site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
More than half of Irish businesses believe Brexit...21st February 2017
More than half of Irish businesses believe that Brexit will have no effect on their business, according to a new report. Fifty-one per cent of respondents to a survey conducted by accountancy firm HLB Sheehan Quinn believe that Britain’s decision to leave the EU will not adversely affect their business. Under a third (27pc) predicted […]Read More...
Value of State’s holding in AIB falls by21st February 2017
The value of the State’s holding in AIB was €11.3bn at the end of December – down €900m since the previous year. The Government owns more than 99pc of AIB after pumping around €21bn into the bank to save it from collapse after the financial crisis. The Ireland Strategic Investment Fund (ISIF) also valued the […]Read More...
European stocks inch up in thin trading21st February 2017
European stocks edged higher yesterday, with gains in miners and telecommunications firms tempered by a slide in Unilever. By the close in Dublin, the ISEQ Overall Index was up 0.14pc or 8.86 points, to end the trading session at 6,549.09. The leaders on the Dublin market included packaging giant Smurfit Kappa, which increased 0.8pc to […]Read More...
Banks and insurers warned over use of tracking...20th February 2017
Hundreds of companies in industries ranging from banking to insurance have been warned about the use of spy kits by private investigators, the Irish Independent can reveal. In an unprecedented move, the Office of the Data Protection Commissioner has written to around 400 separate bodies in a bid to tackle the illegal use of so-called […]Read More...
Mega merger on the cards as top Credit Unions in...20th February 2017
Two of the largest credit unions in the Munster region are in talks that could lead to a mega merger. Clonmel Credit Union may end up taking over Cork’s Charleville, if the discussions reach a successful conclusion. The move could see up to €4m pumped into Charleville from the Irish League of Credit Union’s support […]Read More...
Three software tech giants eying Irish move20th February 2017
Irish representatives are in discussions with three of the world’s leading software firms about the possibility of locating here, according to a well-placed industry source familiar with the talks. There are ongoing talks with Intuit, Infor and CA Technologies about the possibility of setting up operations in Ireland, the Irish Independent has learned. It is […]Read More...
Microsoft invites graduates and experienced staff...17th February 2017
Microsoft has announced the creation of 600 jobs this morning at its European headquarters in Dublin. The jobs are the latest boost to the economy following the announcement this week that US recruitment services firm Indeed is adding 500 jobs at its European base in Dublin. Microsoft’s announcement today will also be welcomed after last […]Read More...
Tony Blair launches campaign to persuade Britain...17th February 2017
Tony Blair has urged pro-Europeans to “rise up” and persuade the British people they were wrong about Brexit. In a keynote speech, the former prime minister said voters had backed leaving the EU without knowing the true cost and should have the opportunity to change their minds. Speaking at the headquarters of the Bloomberg financial […]Read More...