It has been our priority to continually monitor the Coronavirus, COVID-19 Pandemic situation and provide regular briefings to our clients. Based on recommendations and Government guidance, we have taken the decision to close our offices for
PKF-FPM aim to keep in touch with clients by providing continual updates of the support measures available to businesses operating across the Island of Ireland in these unprecedented times arising from COVID-19. It is acknowledged that
Managing your Cashflow through the Coronavirus Pandemic
It is recognised that all businesses will be impacted in some way by COVID-19 and will struggle to meet current commitments through forced closure, reduced orders, breakdown in supply chain, etc, all resulting in a loss
Coronavirus Update from PKF-FPM at 7pm on 17th March 2020
We write with an update further to our previous COVID-19 client briefing on 12th March 2020, which included specific guidelines for Ireland and Northern Ireland - Found Here As we move through this very difficult time, the
Emergency support for UK & Irish businesses affected by Coronavirus
We have attached some key Government support resources below. As the uncertainty of the situation surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve, we understand that it is starting to affect businesses in many ways. You can be
PKF-FPM Named Best UK Mid-Tier Firm for Third Consecutive Year
Leading accountancy practice, PKF-FPM, with offices north and south of the Irish border, proved again to be leading their sector when awarded two of the most sought-after honours at the British Accountancy Awards Gala, which took
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