Deloitte, EY, PwC. Who are Ireland’s National Development Plan consultants?

Along with leading companies such as Deloitte, EY and PWC, the pool of 14 consulting firms calling from Ireland includes corporate intelligence firm Kroll and FMA Partners. Not only that.

The Irish government turned to an army of private consultants to recommend the National Development Review presented on November 3.

Investment projects worth over 100 100 million will be independently reviewed by external consultants at the National Investment Office (NIO) of the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (DEPR).

Along with leading companies Deloitte, EY and PWC, the 14 consulting firms include corporate intelligence firm Kroll and FMA Partners, the governing body headed by former Trade and Investment Minister Francis Maud, and now Baron Maud in Horsham. Francesca Reid of FMA Partners is in charge of the project.

Maud may turn to Nick Hurd, a recent company curator who served as British Minister of State for Northern Ireland for a few months in 2019 to help secure the deal.

In the Arab world, where FMA operates for the Ministries of Finance of Saudi Arabia, Oman, Bahrain and Iraq, the FMA is primarily governing. Philip Hammond, an FMA consultant, is a former defense and foreign minister Especially in the Well connected to Riyadh.

Hammond & Maud recommends Oaknorth Bank to the majority of Fintech startups owned by Softbank Vision Fund, a strong supporter of the Sovereign Public Investment Fund (PIF) in Saudi Arabia. Also recommended by Maud Akmana International Financial Center or AIFC.

FMA has received increasing work from the Commonwealth, including the Canadian Treasury Office and the Australian State Department of Finance in New South Wales.

Nicholas Soms, Conservative MP and former defense minister under John Major, works for the FMA and specializes in advising Garda World, a private security company. Sponsor Of the Conservative Council of the Middle East (CMEC).

Zoys was at the center of the Conservative Party’s controversy over the formation of the CMEC’s ​​rival, the Conservative Friends of the Middle East and North Africa (KOMENA).

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