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January 30, 2019

Slowing growth with Brexit as the obstacle, loose succession planning and the rise of cybercrime are the challenges keeping Irish family business leaders awake at night, according to research.

Slowing growth with Brexit as the obstacle, loose succession planning and the rise of cybercrime are the challenges keeping Irish family business leaders awake at night, according to research.

However, Ireland performed slightly better than global counterparts on particular areas of diversity. A quarter (25%) of Irish family business board members were female compared to 21% global and 28% of Irish family management teams were women, PwC’s 2019 Irish Family Business Survey discovered.

April 16, 2013

Whether you fancy Sri Lanka or Loch Lomond, there are plenty of top-notch getaways to enjoy the sunshine. 

Whether you fancy Sri Lanka or Loch Lomond, there are plenty of top-notch getaways to enjoy the sunshine.   

HIGHLAND FLING
Stuckgowan House
Loch Lomond, UK

November 11, 2011

Sean Quinn, who was once Ireland’s richest man, has applied for bankruptcy seven months after he lost control of his family business Quinn Group.

Sean Quinn, who was once Ireland’s richest man, has applied for bankruptcy seven months after he lost control of his family business Quinn Group.

Quinn, who developed a business empire from a gravel pit and expanded it to include cement, hotels, pubs and insurance, reportedly lost more than €1 billion after investing in Anglo Irish Bank.

October 31, 2011

Four out of 10 family businesses in Ireland want to increase their workforce in the next year and a further 42% intend to maintain current levels of employment, according to a study by financial advisory firm KPMG.

Four out of 10 family businesses in Ireland want to increase their workforce in the next year and a further 42% intend to maintain current levels of employment, according to a study by financial advisory firm KPMG.

The research, which was based on a survey of 300 family firm owners, also found that 73% of Ireland’s family-owned companies diversified their products and services during the country's economic downturn.

May 1, 2004

When PricewaterhouseCoopers launched its survey of Irish family businesses earlier this year it found the key threat to all family businesses was succession, and yet only 51% of Irish family bus­inesses have a formal succession plan in place. PwC’s Paul Hennessy and Dermot Reilly explain why

Paul Hennessy  is lead partner for Family Business Services at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Dermot Reilly  is a partner at Pricewaterhouse­Coopers. For a full copy of the report visit www.pwc.com/ie/bws

When PricewaterhouseCoopers launched its survey of Irish family businesses earlier this year it found the key threat to all family businesses was succession, and yet only 51% of Irish family bus­inesses have a formal succession plan in place. PwC's Paul Hennessy and Dermot Reilly explain why

Ownership succession

September 1, 2003

Gerard Roche is a Director of the Irish company, Dublin Woollen Mills, a family-run retail business founded in 1888. Gerard has been actively working in the company since 1982. He is married to Angela and they recently had a baby boy, Harry

Gerard Roche is a Director of the Irish company, Dublin Woollen Mills, a family-run retail business founded in 1888. Gerard has been actively working in the company since 1982. He is married to Angela and they recently had a baby boy, Harry

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