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Irish Accountancy Awards 2018

  May 3, 2018    Finances    adm

Following our success at being shortlisted for the Irish Accountancy Awards 2018, we would like to extend our sincere thanks to all our clients for their support.  The event itself took place in the Ballbridge Hotel, Dublin and was a wonderful evening.  Whilst we were not the eventual winners in our category, we are very proud to have come so far and are now even more determined to deliver the very best service to our clients..  Innovation and technology will no doubt be driving forces and we hope to build on this year’s success. Thanks again to each and everyone of you for your support, it is very much appreciated.
Pictured left to right: Cormac Wallace, Brian Hearn, Mary Wallace and Frank Wallace.

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