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8.11.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland takes part in Run in the Dark 2018

On 7 November 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland joined thousands of runners to support ongoing research to find a cure for paralysis.

Team EisnerAmper was led by Brian Hillery, Partner, Advisory and also consisted of Barry Horan, Warren Bridge, Nina Zafra, Michéal Ó Cualáin, Matthew McCarthy, Stephen Murtagh, Dagan Morris, Zoe Moloney and Jonathon Squire. The Dublin event left from Custom House Quay at 8.00pm.

Run in the Dark is the main fundraiser for the Mark Pollock Trust, which believes we can cure paralysis in our lifetime. Unbroken by blindness in 1998, adventure athlete Mark Pollock was left paralysed in 2010. Now, with the team at the Mark Pollock Trust, he is exploring the intersection where humans and technology collide, catalysing collaborations that have never been done before and unlocking $ 1 billion to cure paralysis in our lifetime.

At EisnerAmper Ireland, we design solutions to support our community.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is integral to how we do business and manage interactions, not just with our employees and clients but also our wider community and society as a whole.  As a professional services firm, demonstrating ethical high performance in all aspects of our work and how we run our firm is fundamental to our success.  Learn more about our CSR policy here and our CSR initiatives here.

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25.9.2018

EisnerAmper Supports Cancer Week Ireland

In support of Cancer Week Ireland, a number of EisnerAmper Ireland team members will be attending and contributing to various events this week.  Cancer Week Ireland, an Irish Cancer Society and Trinity College Dublin initiative, will run from 24 September to 30 September.  This national initiative aims to “get people talking about cancer and how we can prevent it, spot it, treat it, and survive and thrive afterwards” – learn more about Cancer Week Ireland here.  To find and support an event near you, visit cancerweek.ie/events.

EisnerAmper Ireland is delighted to have raised over €4,500 so far this year in support of Irish Cancer Society through various activities such as our Coffee Morning.  In addition, our team has raised over €4,600 for the Temple Street Foundation through initiatives such our Bake Sale, Bouncers for Temple Street and our Table Quiz Night.

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At EisnerAmper Ireland, we design solutions to support our community.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is integral to how we do business and manage interactions, not just with our employees and clients but also our wider community and society as a whole.  As a professional services firm, demonstrating ethical high performance in all aspects of our work and how we run our firm is fundamental to our success.  Learn more about our CSR policy here and our CSR initiatives here.

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18.9.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland’s Ian Duncan completes 100km Charity Cycle Race

Image of Ian Duncan 100km Charity Cycle Race

On Saturday 15 September 2018, Ian Duncan, Semi-Senior in EisnerAmper Ireland’s Financial Services Group, completed a 100km Charity Cycle Race in aid of Longford Hospice Homecare and the Irish Cancer Society.  In support of these great causes, Ian cycled from Athlone to Roscommon, Lanesboro, Ballymahon and returned to Athlone.  Ian, and members of his fundraising team, have successfully raised over €1,700 so far for Longford Hospice Homecare.

Longford Hospice Homecare provides appropriate physical, emotional and spiritual support to palliative care patients and their families enabling them to manage life-limiting illness and bereavement with fortitude and dignity.

To support this great initiative directly, donate via Ian’s GoFundMe page here.

The 100km Charity Cycle Race was organised by Pat McDonnell Paints in support of the Irish Cancer Society.  For more information about Longford Hospice Homecare, funded in part by the Irish Cancer Society, visit County Longford Citizens Information Service website here.

At EisnerAmper Ireland, we design solutions to support our community.

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is integral to how we do business and manage interactions, not just with our employees and clients but also our wider community and society as a whole.  As a professional services firm, demonstrating ethical high performance in all aspects of our work and how we run our firm is fundamental to our success.  Learn more about our CSR policy here.

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10.9.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland attends basis.point 6th Annual Corporate Challenge

EisnerAmper Ireland are proud supporters of basis.point, the Irish Fund Industry’s initiative to come together to help make a difference to those in need.

On Friday 7 September, Gavin Lee, Head of International Trade in EisnerAmper Ireland, attended the basis.point 6th Annual Corporate Challenge in Milltown Golf Club. The event was a great success and we were delighted to have the opportunity for members of our team to enjoy a pleasant afternoon and connect with our contacts.

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We care about business and we care about the people we work with in business.

To find out more about basis.point or to donate, visit basispoint.ie.

At EisnerAmper Ireland we create business & compliance solutions for Asset Managers and Funds to make trade happen. If we can assist you or your business in this regard, please contact Gavin Lee.

 

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6.7.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland hosts Quiz Night in aid of Temple Street

On the evening of Thursday 5 July 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland held a staff Quiz Night in its Dublin office, organised by staff in the International Business team, in aid of the Temple Street Children’s University Hospital Foundation.

The evening was a great success and an opportunity for EisnerAmper Ireland staff to enjoy an evening of challenging quiz questions and some delicious food and beverages, also giving attendees the opportunity to win plenty of fantastic prizes donated generously by some local businesses in Sandyford and in the wider Dublin area.

The winners of the first place prize was the team ‘Eggheads’, which consisted of Jonathon Squire, Claire Melia, David Bell, Peter Buckley and Aileen MacDonagh. The runner up team was ‘Quizteama Aguilera’ whose members were Aideen Conneely, Cian Collins, Clodagh Byrne and Iain FitzGerald. The team that won a bonus point for the most creative name was ‘Old MacDonald had a Firm, EA-EAI’.

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EisnerAmper Ireland is taking part in a number of events this summer in aid of Temple Street Hospital, which cares for 150,000 children each year in Ireland, and will be taking part in Techies4TempleStreet on 6 July. To read about our previous Bake sale event in aid of the Temple Street Foundation, click here, or our Boogie Bounce event, click here. To learn more about the Temple Street Hospital Foundation and to donate, click here.

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Winners of EAI Quiz Night 2018 Jonathon Squire, Claire Melia and David Bell

Winners of EAI Quiz Night 2018 Jonathon Squire, Claire Melia and David Bell

Runner up team: Aideen Conneely, Cian Collins, Clodagh Byrne and Iain FitzGerald

Runner up team: Aideen Conneely, Cian Collins, Clodagh Byrne and Iain FitzGerald

EAI Quiz Night 2018

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2.7.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland takes part in Junior Achievement Ireland 2018

Throughout 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland has taken part in Junior Achievement Ireland (JAI). As part of EisnerAmper Ireland’s Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programme, the Firm annually takes part in JAI, with both trainees and senior staff members assisting young people to develop the skills they need to succeed in a changing world.

Audrone Medele,  Senior in Financial Services, completed the Spring term programme in Our Lady’s Girls N.S, which involved teaching 3rd class students as part of their ‘Our City’ programme. The ‘Our City’ programme involves learning about the town / city and the various businesses that are located within it. The programme involved visiting the school and teaching a 5 lesson plan over a number of weeks. Students learned the importance of the city planner’s role in order for the city run smoothly. During the second lesson, which turned out to be students’ favourite, the students familiarised themselves with the blueprint and experienced building their own city. The pupils also became entrepreneurs by opening their own restaurant, created an advertising campaign for their ice-cream business and learned how banks operate and make money. Following the completion of the programme, each member of the class received a participation certificate.

Barry Horan, Supervisor in International Business, completed the Summer term programme in St. Tiernan’s Community School in Balally, which involved teaching a class of second year students about “the economics of staying in school” over 6 weeks. “The economics of staying in school” programme involved teaching the students about the correlation between getting a job in the students desired field and the role that education plays in obtaining meaningful employment and career success. Following the completion of the programme, each member of class received a participation certificate and a party was held in the class during the final lesson.

Junior Achievement Ireland (“Junior Achievement”) is part of a worldwide organisation reaching out to over 10 million young people each year. Junior Achievement aims to inspire and motivate young people to realise their potential by valuing education and understanding how to succeed in the world of work. This programme is operated in both primary and secondary schools and fosters a spirit of enterprise within participating schools.

As part of the Junior Achievement programme, a series of ‘Guru lectures’ are organised in participating schools across the country where students enjoy presentations from business leaders on their respective professions. This gives the students the opportunity to meet with members of the business community and learn about different types of careers.

At EisnerAmper Ireland, we develop practitioners, not just accountants & advisers.

Our trainees are involved in all elements of practice management from day one, including engaging and working closely with those in our community. From the outset, trainees work closely with partners and senior management to deliver services to our key markets. This approach facilitates our trainees getting hands on experience while also developing the core awareness, knowledge, skills and confidence to succeed in their careers. To read more about our graduate programmes and how to kickstart your career at EisnerAmper Ireland, click here.

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Audrone Medele with the students of Our Lady's Girls' N.S as part of Junior Achievement Ireland 2018.

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27.6.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland take part in Boogie Bounce for Temple Street Children’s Hospital

As part of EisnerAmper Ireland’s 2018 summer charity initiative The Bouncers of Temple Street, on Tuesday 26 June 2018, EisnerAmper organised a Boogie Bounce class in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital.

The event was held in the Old Wesley Rugby Club, Donnybrook, Dublin 4. Our International Master Trainer for the evening was Emma Weafer, who was greatly supportive of our initiative. Boogie Bounce is a complete exercise programme on a mini trampoline, with a safety bar, choreographed to music which includes an extremely effective cardio section. The evening was a great opportunity to enjoy a sensational workout to ‘get fit, have fun and bounce away fat’. To read more about Boogie Bounce, click here.

We care about business and we care about the people we work with in business.

EisnerAmper Ireland is taking part in a number of events this summer in aid of Temple Street Hospital, which cares for 150,000 children each year in Ireland, and will be taking part in Techies4TempleStreet this summer. To read about our previous ‘Bake sale’ event in aid of the Temple Street Foundation, click here. To learn more about the Temple Street Hospital Foundation and to donate, click here.

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As part of EisnerAmper Ireland's 2018 summer charity initiative The Bouncers of Temple Street, on Tuesday 26 June 2018, EisnerAmper organised a Boogie Bounce class in aid of Temple Street Children's Hospital.

 

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22.6.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland supports Help for Children

On Thursday 21 June 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland’s Ray Kelly, Partner and Head of Funds; Gavin Lee, Head of International Trade; and Robert Mirksy, Head of EisnerAmper’s London office, hosted a table at the Help for Children 5th Annual Dublin Gala Dinner in the Mansion House, Dublin 2.

The dinner was a great opportunity to help support a fantastic cause and also to enjoy an evening of food, refreshments and networking with our colleagues in the Alternative Investment Funds & Private Equity industries.

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Since 1998, Help For Children has worked to prevent and treat child abuse globally, distributing close to $50 million in grants, positively impacting 87,000 lives annually. The global foundation is historically supported by the alternative asset management industry. To read more, click here.

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Attendees at the Gala dinner

Attendees at the Gala dinner

 

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19.6.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland support BeLonG To Young Services

On Friday 15 June 2018,  EisnerAmper Ireland’s Niamh Hickey, Ketri Kivi, Lauren Bolster and Sarah Ryan participated in a table quiz, organised by Intertrust, to raise funds for BeLonG To Youth Services .

Our team had a great time, finishing in joint 3rd place with their knowledge of Eurovision winners, current events, geography and other pop culture trivia in addition to taking home two raffle prizes.

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BeLonG To are a youth services organisation who provide free counselling and support services to young members of Ireland’s LGBT community. The organisation work every day to help eradicate bullying in schools and provide advice to parents and family members of LGBT children. To learn more about BeLong to, or to donate, click here.

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EisnerAmper supporting BeLonG to

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15.6.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland supports Temple Street Children’s Hospital

On Friday, June 15 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland held a bake sale in its Dublin office in aid of Temple Street Children’s Hospital. EisnerAmper’s staff and colleagues in the local business community assisted in baking some delicious treats in aid of the children’s hospital in Dublin.

EisnerAmper Ireland is taking part in a number of events this summer in aid of Temple Street Hospital, which cares for 150,000 children each year in Ireland, and will be taking part in Techies4TempleStreet this summer.

We care about business and we care about the people we work with in business.

Techies4TempleStreet, now in its 4th year, sees over 1,500 members of the Irish business and tech communities taking to the streets of Dublin for a unique treasure trail, combining outdoor activities with digital media challenges whilst making an impact to the lives of sick children across Ireland. We are very excited to be taking part in these events and supporting such an excellent cause. To learn more about Techies4TempleStreet and how you can help, click here.

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31.5.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland hosts Learn, Dine, Connect: Structured Finance technical & industry updates

On Wednesday May 30, 2018, EisnerAmper Ireland hosted Learn, Dine, Connect: Structured Finance technical & industry updates in Shanahan’s on the Green.  The event was a great opportunity to discuss the important challenges that are currently being faced by Structured Finance vehicles, and also to look to the future and highlight any potential developments that may affect the industry going forward.  Topics discussed on the night were:

  • IFRS 9 Financial Instruments – Implementation considerations for SPVs
    Ronan Murphy, Partner, Head of Structured Finance
  • EU Audit Reform – one year on – what Directors need to know to oversee compliance
    Pat Cloran, Partner, Head of Quality & Risk
  • Media coverage – your company in the news – key considerations for Directors
    Stephen McCullough, Barrister & Advisor to EisnerAmper

The event was a great opportunity not only to learn about the ongoing regulatory and industry challenges affecting SPVs and their corporate service providers but also to connect with our clients and enjoy an evening of networking and refreshments.

A selection of photographs from the evening can be found below.

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At EisnerAmper Ireland, we provide audit, accounting, advisory and secondment services to securitisation companies, special purpose vehicles, Section 110 companies, aircraft leasing companies, banking institutions and financial services entities. For more information on our services to the Structured Finance industry, click here.

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8.5.2018

EisnerAmper Ireland attends basis.point annual lunch

On Friday 4 May, Diarmaid O’Keeffe, Partner & Head of Financial Services, David Carroll, Senior Manager, Financial Services; Sheila Mullally, Senior Manager, Tax; and Anna Curley, Manager in Tax attended the basis.point Annual Spring Lunch in the Mansion House, Dublin 2. The event was a great success and we were delighted to have the opportunity for members of our team to enjoy a pleasant afternoon and connect with our contacts.

We care about business and we care about the people we work with in business.

EisnerAmper Ireland are proud supports of basis.point, the Irish Fund Industry’s initiative to come together to help make a difference to those in need. To find out more or to donate, click the link below.

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At EisnerAmper Ireland we create business & compliance solutions for Asset Managers and Funds to make trade happen. If we can assist you or your business in this regard, please contact Diarmaid O’Keeffe.

 

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