As coronavirus cases remain on the rise, the Government has decided to reintroduce the Statutory Sick Pay UK rebate scheme in mid-January 2022. In preparation for applications, the team at PKF-FPM is on hand to prepare
Queen’s University, honoured PKF-FPM Accountants Managing Director Feargal McCormack today (Friday 24th September 2021) by conferring an honorary degree of Doctor of Science in Economics (DSc Econ) for services to business and commerce, in the presence
PKF-FPM named Market Leaders in Transaction Services 2021
PKF-FPM’s corporate finance team has been awarded the inaugural Transaction Services Team of the Year Award by Insider at the Northern Ireland Dealmaker Awards 2021. The Transaction Services Team of the Year Award recognises the team that
Celebrating 30 years in business… and what a journey it’s been! The team at PKF-FPM are thrilled to be celebrating 30 years in business on Thursday 19th August 2021, and extend sincere thanks to current
Independent, Ireland based accountancy practice, PKF-FPM, with offices north and south of the Irish border, proved to be leading their sector when awarded two of the most sought-after honours at the Irish Accountancy Awards, which took
Businesses have faced severe challenges due to the near shutdown of the global economy. As restrictions tighten once more, we look back at the Business Resilience displayed during lockdown and remember that when faced with adversity,
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