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Feargal McCormack Elected As Chartered Accountants Ireland President

Feargal McCormack has been elected President of Chartered Accountants Ireland at its 130th Annual General Meeting in Belfast .

  Addressing the Chartered Accountants Ireland AGM in Belfast today (18 May 2018), Mr McCormack highlighted the current political and economic uncertainty on the island of Ireland and expressed his view that delivering political stability is the vital factor in securing a positive economic future on the island.   He said: “At present the uncertainty around Brexit and the lack of a functioning Northern Ireland Executive are very challenging. Put plainly, businesses are unlikely to make significant investment decisions in an uncertain environment.

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Over £10,000 raised for Three Local Charities at Belfast Crowdfunding Event

With Philanthropy Fortnight well underway, three NI charities have received a funding boost at a unique Community Foundation crowdfunding event which highlighted the hard-hitting issues of suicide, human trafficking and LGBT mental health.  The #CharityChampions event which was sponsored by Investec


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£2.5 Million Investment At Shortcross Distillery

Rademon Estate Distillery, producer of the multi award-winning Shortcross Gin and the first craft distillery to reside in Northern Ireland, has undergone a significant redevelopment with the addition of two new copper stills and a stylish Visitor Experience Centre, representing an investment of

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