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News & Moves Q1 2019

This section features the appointments published in our most recent edition of the Irish Tax Review. If you would like to be included, please email Samantha on sfeely@taxinstitute.ie

Cian-O-SullivanCian O’Sullivan Appointed as a Tax Director

Cian O’Sullivan CTA joins Purcell McQuillan Tax Partners Ltd, as a Tax Director, with extensive experience advising Irish businesses in all aspects of tax planning. Away from the office, Cian has represented the Dublin Senior Footballers since 2009 and won 6 All-Ireland titles and three All-Stars.

 

 

ByrneWallace Announces Two Senior Appointments on Tax Team

ByrneWallace announced the appointment of Tracey O’Donnell CTA as partner and Head of Capital Advisory, and the appointment of Philip Nolan CTA as Tax Principal and Head of Indirect Taxes.

Tracey O’Donnell has extensive experience advising individuals and their families on tax and estate planning issues, wills and succession, and trusts (both domestic and international). She has lectured extensively on trusts and capital taxes with the Irish Taxation Institute, STEP and the Law Society of Ireland.

Philip Nolan has over fifteen years’ experience in a Big 4 practice advising both domestic and international clients on VAT and Indirect tax issues across a range of industries. He is a regular speaker and writer on VAT and Indirect Taxes issues for the Irish Tax Institute and various other bodies.

Pictured L-R: New Tax Principal and Head of Indirect Taxes Philip Nolan, Head of Tax Anthony Smyth, Managing Partner Feargal Brennan, and new partner and Head of Capital Tax Advisory Tracey O’Donnell.
Pictured L-R: New Tax Principal and Head of Indirect Taxes Philip Nolan, Head of Tax Anthony Smyth, Managing Partner Feargal Brennan, and new partner and Head of Capital Tax Advisory Tracey O’Donnell.

 

 

 

Matheson Appoints Two New Tax Partners

Brian Doohan
Brian Doohan

Brian Doohan CTA and Vahan Tchrakian CTA have been appointed partners in Matheson’s Tax Department, both of whom have been with the firm since 2008.

Brian Doohan specialises in advising international clients operating in Ireland primarily in the ICT, life sciences, manufacturing, retail and industrial sectors. He has a particular interest in cross border tax planning, transfer pricing and tax controversy matters.

Vahan Tchrakian focuses on tax issues arising in the context of mergers and acquisitions. He also advises on various tax issues including cross-border reorganisations, employment related taxes, tax issues arising in the context of insolvency and property related matters.

Vahan Tchrakian
Vahan Tchrakian

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