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CIF Post Budget Breakfast Briefing
Baker Tilly Glennon Ryan
Wednesday 15th October 2014
The 2015 budget will be announced on Tuesday the 14th of October. The Construction Industry Federation (CIF), in conjunction with Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon, will hold a Breakfast Briefing on Wednesday the 15th of October to analyse the changes in the budget and look at the impact they are likely to have on our members and the small and medium business sector.
This is is a free event but, like all CIF briefings, it will only proceed if sufficient numbers register to attend in advance.
Venue – Construction House, Canal Road, Dublin 6.
Date – 15th October 2014
Times (approximate) –
8.00am to 8.30am Registration & Networking
8.30am to 8.40am Welcome & Introduction, Tom Parlon, Director General, CIF
8.40am to 9.15am Aidan Byrne, Tax Partner, Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon
9.15am to 9.30am Questions & Answers
9.30am Conclusion Tom Parlon
Reserve a place
To reserve a place please email [email protected] or call on 01 4066028
About Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon
Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon are a leading mid-tier firm of accountants and business advisors in Ireland. They are also independent members of the 8th largest international accountancy firm in the world.
Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon offer a wide range of services to suit all business needs. Their specialist areas include statutory audit, risk management, corporate governance and compliance, implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards, corporate finance, corporate recovery, litigation support and forensic services, outsourcing payroll. financial reporting and statutory audit, risk management, corporate governance and compliance, implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards, Taxation, Property, Performance Improvement, Human Resources and Internal Audit. In all areas of the practice, clients are provided with pragmatic, expert led, personalised advice and insight that helps them succeed grow and prosper.
Baker Tilly Ryan Glennon are known for building long term personal relationships with clients. Their behaviour and advice in pre and post “bubble” times has been consistent. Their value system hasn’t changed – this is the way they do business with real people and real solutions.