PwC expands footprint in Cork

  • Press Release
  • February 16, 2024

PwC today announces an expanded footprint at its state-of-the-art premises at One Albert Quay, Cork, with the firm now adding almost 9,000 square feet, representing an increase of 50% of its entire office space in the City. As part of this expansion, PwC in Cork also announces that it is to create 150 new jobs in the year ahead including professionally qualified people and graduates, bringing headcount in PwC in Cork to some 500 people when recruitment is fully complete.

Pictured (l-r): Declan Maunsell, PwC Cork Assurance Partner; Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence, Micheál Martin; Nicola Quinn, PwC Cork Tax Partner, Enda McDonagh, Managing Partner, PwC Ireland and Ger O'Mahoney, PwC Cork Advisory Partner.

These new jobs are based in Cork, and will represent a significant increase across all business areas such as tax, advisory, audit including asset & wealth management and risk & compliance. In particular, consulting roles will be in key areas such as cybersecurity, AI and data analytics, technology transformation, sustainability and climate reporting.  

Tánaiste, Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Defence, Micheál Martin, said: "I’m delighted to officially announce PwC’s Cork office expansion, building on their skilled workforce with another 150 quality jobs.

"I see this expansion as a clear vote of confidence in Cork and is proof that the very significant investment made by this Government in the region is reaping rewards."

Speaking at the announcement, Enda McDonagh, Managing Partner, PwC Ireland, said: “Cork is a fundamental part of our business and these ambitious growth plans directly reflect our commitment to the region and to providing market leading services to our clients.  With the scale of disruption facing businesses globally and in Ireland, the need to transform business models has never been greater. We look forward to continuing to help our clients boost their business performance in the years ahead.”

Ger O’Mahoney, Advisory Partner, PwC Cork, added: “These are exciting new job opportunities right here in Cork. PwC prides itself as an employer of choice, supporting our people to be the best they can be. With our multidisciplinary teams approach and unrivalled training and experience, we are confident that we can continue to provide our people with exciting and rewarding careers.” 

“As Cork’s market leading firm, we are positive about the future and about business’s resilience. In a world of ongoing volatility and geopolitical uncertainty, we can help business leaders focus on the disruptive forces in their businesses driven by generative AI and other emerging technologies, cyber attacks and climate change. Our strategic alliances partnerships, such as with Microsoft, SAP and Salesforce enhances our ability to deliver technology-enabled business transformation. And with our recently launched GenAI Business Centre, enabled by Microsoft, we are well positioned to help our clients transform their businesses for a new world of constant change.”     

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