Crowe Horwath has announced further expansion as it welcomes Dublin accountancy firm Phelan Prescott + Co into the practice
Crowe Horwath Managing Partner, Naoise Cosgrove welcomes new partners Brian Geraghty and Neil Davitt, and their entire team, into the Crowe Horwath Audit Department. Phelan Prescott + Co partners, Conor Davitt and Andrew O’Riordan have also joined as consultants and will continue to serve their long-standing clients.
Crowe Horwath and Phelan Prescott share a strong client service reputation built over decades serving and supporting Irish businesses. With a combined 160 years in business, Phelan Prescott and Crowe Horwath bring together two great heritages.
Naoise Cosgrove, Managing Partner, said “We are extremely proud of our heritage of supporting and growing local Irish businesses over the last 75 years. This merger is the latest part of an ambitious growth strategy to address the needs of our increasingly diverse Irish and international client base. The enlarged practice further enhances Crowe Horwath’s client service offering and consolidates the practice as a leading accountancy and business advisory firm in Ireland.
Brian Geraghty, Phelan Prescott partner, added, “We are delighted to be joining Crowe Horwath. The merger allows us, and our clients, to benefit from a wider range of in-house service and sector expertise that Crowe Horwath has. We are confident Crowe Horwath is a strong match for our firm as they share the same values, heritage and partner-led ethos as we do.”
The combined practice enables Crowe Horwath to offer a wider range of expertise and experience that will benefit partners, staff and clients alike. Crowe Horwath and Phelan Prescott joining together will strengthen both our practices and build lasting value for the future.
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