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Lombard Accountants is a practice built on long term partnerships and independent customer referrals. We attribute our success to our ability to service the distinctly different needs of families, individuals and their businesses by providing them with large firm levels of expertise administered with family business levels of care and discretion. Our mission is to help you extract more value, time and efficiency from your business.
“…always available to advise us with regard to all financial matters…a cool and collected manner in dealing with very serious problems.”
Cormac O’Sullivan, Financial Controller at Anovocare Limited
"Our auditors and tax advisors since the 1970’s. Consistently professional, knowledgable and interested in our business from one generation of Lombards to the next.”
Barry O'Driscoll, Managing Director at Unichem
“Our relationship with Lombard Accountants is extremely positive. They are professional, understanding and practical, providing invaluable advice to our management team over many years."
Henry Flanagan, Managing Director at Ashley Ford
“…our company accountants since 1991…a great support to us and our clients working in Ireland. Would always recommend them to clients starting up in Ireland.”
Clair Philips, Commercial Property Advisor at Memery Crystal LLP
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Lombard Accountants has been providing families, individuals and their businesses with accountancy and taxation support for more than 50 years.
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PayPal Holdings, the global online payments company, is extending Money Pools – its online community savings product – to Irish consumers. Money Pools allows users to set a group fundraising goal and then share that goal with a group. “We created Money Pools because we felt that there was a need for this type of […]Read More
Some insurance products ‘may no longer be available to Irish consumers in no-deal Brexit’ – Central Bank
Some insurance products may no longer be available to Irish consumers if there is a no-deal Brexit, the Central Bank has warned. Deputy Governor Ed Sibley said this morning that the supply of “niche” products may reduce or end altogether. That’s because policies underwritten from the UK or Gibraltar will face more regulatory friction after […]Read More