PracticeAccounting FirmsPwC top earner in Ireland

PwC top earner in Ireland

Firm comes out on top followed by KPMG

PricewaterhouseCoopers has recorded a
fee income of €290m (£191m) in the Republic of Ireland, ranking it the country’s
biggest firm, followed by Big Four rival KPMG, which earned €211.2m (£139m) last
year.

PwC announced its revenue for the year at the same time that it announced
Ronan Murphy as the firm’s new
senior partner.

Murphy, who is in charge of the firm’s audit and business advisory practice,
takes over from Donal O’Connor in July.

PwC employs more than 2,000 people in the Republic.

PwC will be moving to its headquarters to a new building in Spencer Dock in
Dublin in the first half of this year.

Further reading:

Irish regulator names first-ever chairman

Irish accountants welcome threshold increase

ANALYSIS: Is the Big Four boom over?

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