4 New Tax Partners at PwC Ireland
PricewaterhouseCoopers Ireland has announced the admission of eight new partners with effect from 1 July 2007.
In response to continued strong demand, especially from North American clients, for investment and business opportunities in Ireland, Liam Diamond becomes a partner in the Tax and Inward Investment practice. Liam will focus on advising US and Canadian MNCs on the tax and legal issues and opportunities when doing business and investing in Ireland. Liam will also oversee PwC’s Irish Tax Desk based in our New York office.
James McNally will advise on international tax planning and structuring, with particular emphasis on Pharmaceuticals, Petroleum and Intellectual Property.
Susan Kilty becomes a partner in the Technology, Information, Communications and Entertainment and Media practice, providing corporate tax services to a range of domestic and international clients operating in these key sectors.
Following continued growth in the regional practices, Ronan Furlong becomes a tax partner in the South East practice heading up a team of over twenty tax practitioners in the Waterford, Wexford and Kilkenny offices providing taxation advice to indigenous and multinational clients.