Agribusiness has come to be seen not just as economically important, but as a critical part of society. Directly and indirectly, the sector employs more than150,000 people and contributes €24 billion to the national economy.

RBK has built up a wealth of experience in the agribusiness sector. Indeed, many of our senior advisors come from agricultural backgrounds. We have a strong track record working with businesses of all sizes — from family farms to multinational corporates — and we understand the unique practices, conventions and regulations that pertain in this sector.

Our multidisciplinary team provides a wide range of services from basic accounts preparation to advising on mergers, acquisitions and restructuring. Our objective is to help your business realise its goals.

Our services include:

  • Statutory audit 
  • Grant and auctioneers’ licence audit and assurance 
  • Benchmarking and best practice advice 
  • Business review 
  • Fundraising (including EIIS) Investment and business financing 
  • Advice on R&D and innovation reliefs 
  • Tax compliance 
  • Personal and corporate taxation advice 
  • Succession planning 
  • Restructuring, mergers and acquisitions

Agribusiness is playing a significant role in Ireland’s economic recovery and the future for this massive industry is exciting. It will also be complex.

For more information or to discuss your specific requirements, please contact a member of our team.

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