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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.
Following its win of the Best Global China Service at the Acquisition International 2015 Finance Awards, HLB International has launched its new Global China Service Brochure.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan’s Business Advisory and Corporate Recovery Partner was reappointed to the board of Limerick Chamber at the AGM held on 11 February in King John’s Castle.
The partners and management team of HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were delighted to participate in Limerick Chamber’s inaugural Business Strategy Conference.
HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan were delighted to present their Award for Excellence and Insight to Cathal Hannon at the University of Limerick graduation ceremony. Cathal won the award for his ‘Reflections on a Career in Taxation’ essay undertaken as part of his Masters in Taxation course. He was pictured receiving his award from Mary McKeogh, Partner with HLB McKeogh Gallagher Ryan, and Kieran Gallery, Course Director of the Masters in Taxation.
Final call for the Kilberehert EIIS Windfarm Investment offering all-income tax relief
Our office is open over Christmas – we are accepting applications and will be available to respond to queries. Please e-mail your query to email@example.com or you can leave a voice mail on 061 208050 and we will revert to you over the Christmas period.
Following the latest Finance Dublin Accountancy Survey, HLB Ireland have entered the top 20 at Number 15. ‘We are particularly proud of these results as they endorse the ambitious growth and development targets that we have set ourselves, particularly over the last year. Our growth can be attributed mainly to renewed activity from our client
We were delighted to be joined by so many friends and colleagues for our first Christmas drinks reception in our new offices at 45 O’Connell Street. The Georgian building certainly added to the atmosphere and we hope everyone enjoyed themselves as much as we did.
The article, co-authored with Tom Power, Barrister-at-Law, explores the case law and commentary on when a trade is regarded as having changed to such a degree that it is no longer “the same trade”, which has a particular impact on the ability to carry forward trading losses. Click here to read the full article. This