Tag Archives: Ireland

Phrase ‘at least’ removed from draft OECD tax deal

The OECD plan had stated that a global minimum tax rate of ‘at least’ 15% will be set. RTÉ News understands that the 15% minimum corporate tax rate in the revised draft of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) reform plan is “very firm”, according to a well-placed source. This means the phrase “at least” no longer applies ...

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GDP growth set to hit 15.6% this year – Finance

When measured by GDP, the Department of Finance said the economy is forecast to grow this year by 15.6% Forecasts for economic growth this year have been revised significantly upwards by the Department of Finance today. When measured by GDP, the department said the economy is forecast to grow this year by 15.6%. This is a revision upwards from just ...

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Bank of Ireland CFO leaves bank to join Musgrave Group

Bank of Ireland’s chief financial officer Myles O’Grady is to take up a new role with SuperValu owner Musgraves Group Bank of Ireland has blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers pay and bonuses for the announcement that its chief financial officer Myles O’Grady is to leave the bank to move to a job with the Musgrave Group. Myles O’Grady is moving ...

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The Great Resignation – will people leave their jobs?

41% of 1,000 workers said their future career lies outside their current organisation, according to a survey by Work Futures Lab at the Kemmy Business School, UL We stopped and took stock and wondered, ‘What’s it all about?’. The Covid-19 pandemic made us reassess our lives and question what matters to us most. It also made us re-evaluate the role ...

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