Prompt Payment Reports

Prompt Payment Procedures

CORU is committed to making every effort to pay its suppliers promptly. In this regard suppliers can help by ensuring that they provide correct invoices, accurate bank account details and by ensuring that their tax clearance status with the Irish Revenue Commissioners is up to date.

15-Day Payment Requirement, June 2009

The Government introduced a non-statutory requirement in June 2009 to reduce the payment period to suppliers from 30 to 15 days. Every effort, consistent with proper financial procedures, is being made to ensure that all suppliers are paid within this timeframe. The documents below show CORU's performance with regard to the 15 day payment requirement since its introduction.

2019
Prompt Payments - Q1
2018
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2017
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2016
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2015
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2014
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2013
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2012
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3
Prompt Payments - Q2Prompt Payments - Q1
2011
Prompt Payments - Q4Prompt Payments - Q3