Deloitte Ireland LLP

Deloitte and Touche House
Earlsfort Terrace
Dublin 2

Phone: +353 1 417 2200
Fax: +353 1 417 2300
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Nature of Business
Accounting, Auditing

Deloitte Ireland is a member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL), a private company limited by guarantee and is a statutory Audit firm with nearly 2,000 people in Ireland. We provide audit, tax, consulting, and corporate finance services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries.

With a globally connected network of member firms in more than 150 countries, Deloitte brings world class capabilities and deep local expertise to help clients succeed wherever they operate.

Our Services Include

At Deloitte, we make an impact that matters for our clients, our people, our profession, and in the wider society by delivering the solutions and insights they need to address their most complex business challenges. As one of the largest global professional services and consulting networks, with over 220,000 professionals in more than 150 countries, we bring world-class capabilities and high-quality services to our clients.

In Ireland, Deloitte has over 2,000 people providing audit, tax, consulting, and corporate finance services to public and private clients spanning multiple industries. Our people have the leadership capabilities, experience, and insight to collaborate with clients so they can move forward with confidence.


People in Ireland continued to work from home more than global average amid phased return to offices – Deloitte report
Finance Bill 2021: Deloitte comments on digital gaming sector tax credit
Winners of Ireland’s Best Managed Companies Awards Programme 2021 have combined turnover of €8.5 billion
Deloitte Ireland announces new leadership appointments across its business
Deloitte Financial Services Innovation Awards celebrate and recognise pioneers across the Financial Services ecosystem
Most global leaders believe the disruption seen in 2020 isn’t a one-off
Deloitte Ireland named Ireland’s top M&A Financial Adviser of the Year 2020
Corporate Insolvency activity remains level despite Covid-19
Deloitte State of Consumer tracker shows consumer confidence holding steady
Deloitte highlights key measures needed to support Family Businesses through COVID-19
Insolvencies sees decrease of 12% for the first six months of 2020 - Deloitte
Deloitte Ireland acquires leading Irish cloud services provider DNM
Nearly half of Irish consumers delaying large purchases – Deloitte study
Deferral of VAT and employment taxes welcome support to liquidity for businesses - Deloitte
Total number of insolvencies sees decrease of 18% for the first quarter of 2020 - Deloitte
21% decrease in corporate insolvencies in Q3 2019 compared with Q3 2018
New entrant Electricity Exchange takes top spot in 2019 Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards
Deloitte celebrates exam success with strong pass rate and two top ten placements!
Climate change top concern amongst Irish millennials – Deloitte 2019 Millennial Survey
28% decrease in corporate insolvencies in H1 2019 compared to the same period in 2018
Deloitte inaugural Bribery and Corruption Survey : Reputational risk seen as the key downside to bribery or corruption
8 out of 10 companies entering insolvency in Q1 2019 established more than five years ago – Deloitte
Deloitte Survey : Irish private companies expect revenue growth to increase over next 12 months and almost half plan to increase headcount
Revenue and Deloitte RPA collaboration leads to better service and further efficiency for Revenue
Deloitte announces 280 graduate positions across Ireland and launches a new online self-assessment tool to help those applying to find the best fit for them
50% of Irish consumers say they would be happy to spend more on local products.
Deloitte 2019 Technology Fast 50 Awards on the hunt for Ireland’s fastest growing tech companies
Significant appetite for construction as development increases in Dublin in 2018 – Deloitte Dublin Crane Survey
Three million people now own or have access to a smartphone and check their phone on average 57 times a day
40% of International Financial Services in Ireland expect to increase employment as result of Brexit
Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Awards Calls on Irish Technology Companies
Deloitte launches 10th Best Managed Companies Awards
Service sector insolvencies in 2016 post 65% increase on 2015, bucking the downward trend in corporate insolvencies
Half of Irish consumers check smartphones in the middle of the night - Deloitte
Survey finds that 96% of Irish CEOs are planning expansion over the next year and 84% are confident of revenue growth

Press Releases

Threefold increase in residential development commencements year-on-year – Deloitte report
Stress a factor for a significant proportion of Irish millennials and Gen Zs - Deloitte
Irish consumers feel safer going to restaurants, hotels and in-person events – Deloitte report
Plans to spend in all areas show an uplift in consumer confidence : Deloitte Report
AYLIEN named overall winner at Deloitte Financial Services Innovation Awards
European CFOs report significantly improved levels of optimism – Deloitte report
Anxiety levels among Irish consumers at lowest in a year – Deloitte report
Irish consumers keen to return to in-person activities – Deloitte report
Deloitte to add 300 new jobs as growth in demand for business transformation services increases
Irish companies encouraged to apply for Ireland’s Best Managed Companies Awards 2021 after a year like no other...
Deloitte : Marginal increase for corporate insolvencies in 2020 despite economic challenges
Business sentiment of European CFOs bounces back – Deloitte report
Irish consumers now most anxious in Europe – Deloitte report
Deloitte : Number of units in residential planning system drops 27% in Q2; commercial schemes down 25%
The consumer data give and take - Deloitte
COVID-19 is a time machine to the future for retail banks, according to Deloitte
More than half of Irish consumers want to make purchases in-store – Deloitte report
Irish companies eyeing international expansion and new service lines despite challenges – Deloitte research
Insolvencies continue to decrease in 2019 but companies reacting too late for recovery options - Deloitte
Deloitte report : Irish people check their phones on average 50 times a day and Irish women are using their phone more than men.
Transfer pricing specialist Kevin Norton joins Deloitte Tax team as partner
Irish companies encouraged to apply for Deloitte Best Managed Companies Awards 2020