Ireland Unlocking Pre-Budget Discussion with Minister Pascal Donohoe TD
October 7th @ 9:00 am – 10:00 pm Free
Mullingar and Athlone Chambers of Commerce will jointly host a pre-budget webinar entitled “Ireland Unlocking”, with special guest Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe TD, on Thursday 7th October 2021 at 9am.
Registration for this event is essential. To register please complete the registration link here.
This 60 minute webinar will be facilitated by Business Post’s business editor Lorcan Allen, who will be getting to the heart of many of the pressing business issues affecting employers throughout the Midlands, ahead of Budget 2022 which will be announced by Government later in the month.
Chamber President’s John Geoghegan and Alan Shaw will be joined on the panel by Shane Keating Chief Data Officer at Ardonagh Global Data & Risk Management Centre and Fiona Murphy Tax Partner RBK Accountants.
Commenting on the upcoming webinar John Geoghegan, President of Mullingar Chamber stated;
“This webinar is an excellent format in a casual discussion setting which should facilitate a fluid conversation and cover a wide range of topics in the current economic climate with the challenges that lie ahead for Ireland on many fronts. In particular, we would like to thank Shane Keating and Ardonagh Group for sponsoring this event. We are also delighted to have Business Post’s business editor, Lorcan Allen facilitating the webinar and we are grateful to him for joining us.”
Alan Shaw, President Athlone Chamber stated;
“This webinar provides an opportunity to discuss a number of key business tax changes with Minister Donohoe and inform our members of the likely impact. With the current focus on corporate tax rates, Tax Partner Fiona Murphy from Russell Brennan Keane will help us understand the impact that the uncertainty is having on foreign direct investment as well as the SME sector. We wish to thank Minister Donohoe for accepting our invitation. We also thank Fiona Murphy from RBK for joining the panel discussion and finally we thank Minister Peter Burke TD for assisting with the planning around this event.”