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- by Christine Cullen on 07/10/2016
This report is an analysis of the leading indigenous companies in 2016. When Investec approached us to help with the research and data for this publication we were delighted to take part.
We used the following methodology to compile the report;
- Companies are ordered in turnover in EUR. Currency conversions were performed in August 2016.
- Unlimited companies are only included if their audited accounts were available to analyse. There is a separate section for high profile unlimited companies included on page 58/59 the report.
- Inversion deals have been excluded.
- Companies which started off as Irish owned but were taken over by larger non-Irish organisations have been excluded.
- For groups we attempted to identify the most well-known brand rather than the ultimate parent. The turnover reflected will be that of the main trading entity.
- Charitable companies and companies with a status other than 'Normal' have been excluded.
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