Sarah O’Laoi of McInerney Saunders has recently been awarded a Diploma in IFRS by Chartered Accountants Ireland, passing with distinction.
Sarah is an associate of both Chartered Accoutants Ireland and the Irish Taxation Institute.
McInerney Saunders today announced their partnership with Paralympics Ireland. The partnership agreement sees McInerney Saunders becoming the official chartered accountants to Paralympics Ireland and becoming the in-kind provider of all professional accounting, book-keeping, payroll, financial and HR services to Paralympics Ireland.
Announcing the partnership agreement, Paralympics Ireland Chief Executive Officer, Liam Harbison stated:
“We are tremendously pleased and excited to have such an established Irish Chartered Accountancy firm such as McInerney Saunders partner us. This partnership will result in greater efficiencies internally for our organisations therefore allowing our performance staff focus yet further on our extensive partnerships for the London 2012 Games and beyond”.
Neal Morrison, partner in McInerney Saunders, chartered accountants Ireland, corporate sponsor to The Paralympic Council of Ireland, the body responsible for the development of elite Paralympic Sport in Ireland was highly complimentary of the renaming and rebranding of the organisation to Paralympics Ireland.
A seventy strong elite panel of Irish Paralympic athletes across nine sports bidding for the London 2012 Paralympic Games was also announced at the launch event by Paralympic Performance Director, Nancy Chillingworth. [read more...]
MCIS called the recession back in September 2008 and challenged our clients and ourselves to do four things:
- Manage your cashflow.
- Customers – Retain the best and exit the unprofitable ones.
- Improve your profit (by removing waste).
- Staff – Retain the best and exit the rest.
These four strategies took advantage of the recession and made changes that normally business leaders did not want to do. Things have been tough for everyone regardless of the sector they operate in.
Most businesses took the opportunity to right-size and remove the obvious cost but almost all failed to leverage the recession to its fullest in terms of waste reduction. Issues such as “consequences” and “leadership” remained the sacred cows. [read more...]