Sectors

Technology

The world in which we live is constantly evolving. Technological advances impact our lives on a daily basis, creating new products and services, new ways of doing business and new markets. Businesses operating in this sector must continuously evolve and innovate. Standing on past achievement is not a viable option.

At RBK, our specialist technology team combines tax, accounting and advisory expertise in an integrated multi-disciplinary team to help your business grow. We work closely with both start-up and established technology companies. Our approach is to build strong, long lasting, close relationships.

We understand the challenges that entrepreneurs face and we provide an unrivalled full suite of services to enable you to focus on the development and exploitation of your products whilst we provide the accounting, tax and business support services that optimise your business structure.

We help you to:

  • Structure your technology businesses in an optimal manner
  • Exploit your intellectual property effectively, including use of R&D tax credits
  • Apply the appropriate accounting standards and principles relevant to your business
  • Raise capital and access alternative sources of finance

As a member firm of the LEA Global alliance of independent accounting and taxation firms, RBK has access to some 2,000 qualified professionals and almost 23,000 support staff in 220 firms around the world. We draw on this powerhouse of expertise to advise you on the optimum commercial and taxation structures when you are expanding your business overseas.

We also advise on Mergers and Acquisitions and on how to structure your business to achieve the maximum shareholder return.

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

Team Members

RonanMcGivern

Taxation Partner

BrianFeeney

Audit & Business Advisory Partner

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