Welcome to Buckley Scriven O’Regan Accountants
Buckley Scriven O’Regan is a full service chartered accountancy practice based in Cork.
Our firm has been effective since September 2016 when Buckley & Co., established in 1990 by Finbarr Buckley FCCA merged with Scriven O’Regan, established in 1990 by Liam O’Regan FCCA and Ted Scriven ACA
Our services include audit & accountancy, personal taxation, corporate taxation, business start-up, management consultancy, corporate recovery and insolvency, forensic accounting, company secretarial, bookkeeping and payroll.
Our clients represent a wide range of industries and a broad spectrum of professional and commercial activities including retail, manufacture and distribution, tourism, technology and software development, healthcare, shipping, professional services, agriculture and charities. They consist of small and medium-sized companies, owner-managed businesses, Irish subsidiaries of multi-national groups and not-for-profit organisations.
In light of stringent measures taken by the Government in the plan to terminate the Covid-19 virus, we wish to let you know that Buckley Scriven O’Regan have taken measures to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. The office is taking the following steps from Wednesday, 18th of March when we re-open after the St. Patrick’s weekend.
- In the event of meetings having to take place, where possible we will instead arrange a telephone call with you.
- We will ensure that our staff have facilities available to work from home where necessary. This will not affect any scheduled work or the communication between you, our client and Buckley Scriven O’Regan
- If you do need to drop information to our office, we do ask that you ring ahead to arrange your visit. You may leave the information in the post box or at the door and we will collect same immediately. Please ring the bell for access to the building.
- It is very much business as usual here at Buckley Scriven O’Regan, with the implementation of all recommended procedures which will hopefully allow us to play our part in protecting the community against further spread of Covid-19.
- Thank you for your support and co-operation at this time.
This site is updated regularly with industry and practice news.
6th September 2019
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