Company Bureau takes part in the Business Connect 2019 event in the Aviva Stadium

Business Connect 2019 at Aviva Stadium

By Andrew Lambe, 14th February 2019  Company Bureau was delighted to be a part of the Small Firms Association’s (SFA) Business Connect 2019 event in the Aviva Stadium on 7th February 2019. Business Connect was a marketplace event, open to companies of all shapes and sizes, providing an excellent opportunity to network with many of Ireland’s […]

General Scheme of the Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Bill 2018

General Scheme of the Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Bill 2018

By Philip Hayden, 1st February 2019 Published on the 4th of December 2018, the General Scheme of the Companies (Corporate Enforcement Authority) Bill 2018 presents a number of suggested changes to the Companies Act 2014. Still, in the draft stage, the Bill will most likely look quite different when enforced, but there are several key […]

Is my company eligible for Research, Development & Innovation funding?

Research development and innovation funding

By Philip Hayden, 3rd January 2019 It is no secret that Ireland has spent many years supporting Irish innovation through homegrown businesses and attracting foreign investment using various development and grant schemes. The Research, Development & Innovation funding (RD&I funding) is one of a large suite of funding options available to new and existing businesses. The […]

Company Bureau announced as Finalists in the SFA National Small Business Awards 2019 under the ‘Services’ Category

Company Bureau SFA Awards Service Category Finalists

We are pleased to announce that Company Bureau Formations Ltd have been selected as one of the Services Category Finalists in Small Firms Association (SFA) National Small Business Awards 2019. The awards ceremony will take place in March 2019 where the winners of each category will be announced. On receiving the news, Company Bureau’s Commercial […]

Ireland still the world’s leading FDI destination despite perceived threat of BEPS legislation

Base Erosion and Profit Shifting

By Philip Hayden, 20th November 2018 BEPS (Base Erosion and Profit Shifting) is a set of mechanisms used by large multinationals to take advantage of various tax breaks and low rates globally. In most cases, profits are either moved to or declared in advantageous locations in order to reduce the overall tax bill of a […]

Establishing a Limited Company in the UK/NI Post-Brexit

UK Limited Company Brexit

By Philip Hayden, 16th November 2018 The United Kingdom will formally leave the European Union on the 29th of March 2019 as part of the Brexit process. While there is only a basic text detailing how the country will leave in place, the UK remains the worlds’ sixth largest economy and presents a wide range […]

Rectification and Removal of Defective Financial Statements

Rectification and Removal of Defective Financial Statements

By Philip Hayden, 13th November 2018 Section 366 of the Companies Act 2014 has made provision for the adjustment or revision of financial statements to be made easier. Under previous acts, alterations of this type were only allowed when accompanied by an application to the High Court. Rectification of Defective Financials This new provision under […]

Should my start-up company register a Trademark?

Should my start-up company register a trademark?

By Philip Hayden, 5th October 2018 There are several factors to consider when assessing whether it is worthwhile for your start-up to register a trademark. A trademark is a relatively unique brand or statement that is attached to a product or service. Various content related to the brand identity can be trademarked including brand-names, symbols, […]

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