Welcome to Cooney Parle Accountants & Registered Auditors
At Cooney Parle Accountants & Auditors, we are committed to providing a personal and first class service. We work closely with all of our clients and make ourselves available all year round to offer advice on problems encountered and also proactive advice on how you can improve your business and personal finances.
In today’s complex financial and business world, everyone needs reliable, professional help managing their personal and business finances. Today’s business environment is fast moving, complex, and highly competitive. Business owners need the support of professionals who provide on-time, effective solutions to help their business move forward, We aim to provide such a service.
What makes us better is our willingness to go one step further by offering our clients a value-added personal and professional service that surpasses their expectations.
We offer extensive range of accounting, auditing, taxation and financial services to individuals, partnership and companies.
New research shows the cost of financial fraud to...February 27, 2017
Online financial services and lending companies are increasingly being targeted by fraudsters and costing consumers millions of pounds around the world last year alone, according to research.Read More...
Global will mull IPO on €100m valuationFebruary 27, 2017
Cork-based financial services firm Global Shares aims to be in a position in 2020 where it could stage an initial public offering (IPO) on either the London Stock Exchange or the Nasdaq. The firm is expected to be valued at about €100m by then and making pre-tax profits of $16m (€15.1m)Read More...
Brexit and Trump weigh on consumersFebruary 27, 2017
Consumers are less confident about the economy this month than they were in January, as Brexit and US President Donald Trump’s protectionist rhetoric played on their minds.Read More...
Eir bids to refinance €1.6bn of loansFebruary 24, 2017
Eir has launched a process to cut the cost of its debts, by asking lenders to accept lower interest payments.Read More...
Bank of Ireland says no dividend payment for...February 24, 2017
Bank of Ireland(BOI) has announced that it will not pay shareholders a dividend until 2018.Read More...
Ulster Bank profits hit by costs arising from...February 24, 2017
Ulster Bank’s operating profit in Ireland fell by €338m last year as a result of costs paid to thousands of its customers affected by the tracker mortgage scandal.Read More...
Central Bank monitoring Irish lenders with UK...February 23, 2017
The impact of Brexit on the Irish economy is likely to be “negative and material,” the Central Bank deputy governor has said, as she revealed it is monitoring the effects on Irish banks with UK arms.Read More...
AIB to close half of its 30 branches in Northern...February 23, 2017
AIB is closing half of its bank branches in Northern Ireland Ireland as part of a dramatic shake-up. A total of 15 of its 30 branches are to shut down in the next six months. No further closures are planned in the Republic.Read More...
Revenue targeting UK pensions in crackdownFebruary 23, 2017
TAX officials have sent letters to 500,000 taxpayers warning them that they are running out of time to tell Revenue if they have foreign earnings that they have failed to declare.Read More...
We must counter protectionist talk, says EU chiefFebruary 22, 2017
All our economies will suffer if we fail to counter the protectionist argument espoused by radical nationalists, one of Europe’s top officials has warned.Read More...