Mannion Lochrin & Co. is a business advisory and consultancy practice for the
Connemara region. Our focus is to assist clients:
- Maximise their
- Plan for a stable and comfortable financial
- Minimising the tax burden whilst in compliance with the tax
We will bring the advice and expertise of our joint 25 years experience
in the financial world together with the backing of the largest and most
prestigious accountancy body in the country to assist our clients in meeting
their own personal and business goals. Our aim is to ensure our clients feel
their best interests are being looked after and that they can sleep at night
knowing their tax affairs are in order and their financial future is as secure
We will do this at a cost which reflects the complexity of the work
involved and is appropriate to our client's business and their needs.
Our services include:
- Regulatory Audit for non-exempt
- Taxation compliance
- Company secretarial
information systems consultancy
- Business plans/cashflow forecasts
- Accounting services & general financial advice for non
- Grant applications
Declan Mannion B.Comm,
ACA: is a native of Clifden (son of Francy & May
Mannion) who has returned to Clifden after working in Dublin for 12 years. He
graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce from Galway University and went on to
qualify as a chartered accountant in Dublin in 1995. He worked initially for
PricewaterhouseCoopers, the largest accountancy firm in the world before
specialising in Investment banking, finance and fund management in the IFSC in
Dublin for 7 years at senior management level with multi-national companies,
Banco Santander and Pioneer Investments until 2003.
Declan's specialist areas include, strategic
planning, project management
funding, business development and expansion.
Kiara Mannion BBS, ACA:
(nee Lochrin, hence the firm name) hails from Athy, Co Kildare. She
qualified with a Bachelor of Business Studies from Dublin City University before
becoming a chartered accountant in 1996. Kiara worked as audit manager in
PricewaterhouseCoopers until 1999 and then worked as financial controller in a
subsidiary of Bank of Ireland in the IFSC in Dublin until 2003.
has a broad range of experience from both a practice and banking background. She
is dedicated to providing clients with a professional, quality service in a
Why use a Chartered Accountant?
people ply their trade as an "accountant". Often times those
involved have no formal qualifications and are not members of a recognised body.
Chartered Accountants are members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in
Ireland (ICAI), the premier body of accountants which promotes the highest
professional services delivered with integrity. This also means chartered
accountants are backed up by a professional institute who are there to assist
your accountant (and ultimately you) with all the training and professional
support required to meet the challenges of this changing business world. You
demand the best for your business so demand the best from your business service
providers and choose a chartered accountant.
To qualify as a Chartered
Accountant, one must.....
- Gain 3 to 4 years work-experience under a
training contract with a firm recognised by the Institute of Chartered
Accountants in Ireland
- Pass professional examinations set by the Institute
- Demonstrate competence in Information Technology
Members of the Institute who work in practice are
required to do a minimum average of 70 hours training in each year. Therefore
they are familiar with all current issues. A chartered accountant therefore
differs from someone who qualified 10
years ago and hasn't continued to train each year will struggle to keep abreast
of all regulatory and taxation changes faced by today's business. Your guarantee
that your accountant is keeping up to date with the changing business
developments is by choosing a qualified chartered accountant. Don't trust your
business wellbeing to anything less.
Visit the Chartered
Accountants website to find out more
Mannion Lochrin & Co.,
Chartered Accountants & Registered
Market St, Clifden, Co Galway
Telephone: 095 30030 Fax: 095