A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, Chris specialises in corporate finance and has more than 16 years’ experience providing transaction support services for private and public enterprises.
Chris has particular expertise and capability in transactions involving M&A, raising of finance, corporate restructures, share valuation, transaction support, re-financing and business valuations and financial due diligence.
Chris also supports RBK’s corporate restructuring team where he advises on strategy and provides business review, financial forecast modelling and debt restructuring services.
The Treasury Hub Update - January 2020 1.23 MB
We bring you the first Banking and Treasury Report of 2020 as part of THE TREASURY HUB. This report looks back at 2019 trends and looks forward at possible 2020 developments. Brexit dominated for most of 2019 while politics dictated worldwide events in general. The UK elected a new Prime Minister while the US presidential election started to gear up. Ireland will also see a new government elected in 2020.From an investment perspective it was a good year for equity investors, a bad year for bank deposits, a good year for bond investors while on the currency front EUR/GBP bounced around quite a bit but EUR/USD remained very stable again. Section 5 of this report focuses on the prospects for 2020.Download
THE TREASURY HUB - DECEMBER 2019 REPORT 1.16 MB
We bring you the final Banking and Treasury Report of 2019 as part of THE TREASURY HUB.The current focus appears to be on politics worldwide. The UK election is now in full swing, the US presidential election is also gearing up while the current Irish government is moving into its last months. Brexit news was negligible in the past month as the outcome of the UK election will dictate a lot of what is to come in 2020 on that topic.2019 was a good year for equity investors and borrowers, a bad year for bank deposits and a reasonably stable year for currencies, especially USD.Section 5 of this month’s report focuses on the banking sector and prospects for 2020.Download
Realising Value from your Business - Chris Ball 893.29 KB
Chris Ball, Corporate Finance Partner presented at the Roscommon Business Lunch in December 2019. The theme of the event was "Growing, Protecting & Realising Value from your Business"Download
Realising Value from your Business 988.96 KB
Chris Ball, Corporate Finance Partner presented at the Longford Business Lunch in November 2019. The theme of the event was "Growing, Protecting & Realising Value from your Business"Download
The Treasury Hub - November 2019 Report 1.28 MB
This is the November 2019 issue of the Treasury Hub report, as we continue to bring you our regular Banking and Treasury Report as part of THE TREASURY HUB.The deadline date for the UK to trigger its exit from the EU came and went. The next date is January 31st (or sooner if agreed by parliament) but with an election now called, there remains a risk that “no deal” could still arise. The EUR/GBP exchange rate has held steady around EUR/GBP0.8600, a level that broadly reflects a deal, but the risk is very much on GBP weakening again in the event of no deal.Regardless of Brexit fatigue, it will continue to dominate the business landscape in 2020. Even if the UK meets the transition exit date of January 31st, the current scheduled date for leaving the EU is December 31st 2020, with a possible 2-year extension if requested. In that regard, 2020 budgets will have to reflect this continuing uncertainty. Make sure to read section 5 which focuses on the economic outlook and how it may impact on your company budgets for 2020.Download
Hotel, Leisure & Tourism 977.28 KB
RBK has a broad range of hands-on experience working with clients in the Hotel, Leisure and Tourism industry. We have an ever growing client base ranging from SME’s to Mid Corporates.Download
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