PwC Ireland admits 5 new tax partners
PwC Ireland has announced the admission of eleven new partners to the firm.
The new tax partners are:
Joe Conboy becomes a Tax Partner in the firm’s Aviation Finance practice. Joe has nearly 15 years of experience in advising on aircraft leasing and financing related matters. He specialises in the corporate taxation of aircraft and engine lessors and has significant experience in advising on domestic and international taxation matters, including the acquisition, establishment and management of Irish-based aircraft leasing platforms and the taxation of capital markets transactions. Joe’s clients include some of the world’s largest and most established aircraft leasing companies as well as a number of latest market entrants from both the US and Asia. Joe is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and is an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute.
Aoife Harrison becomes a Tax Partner in the firm’s Transfer Pricing practice, providing transfer pricing advice and services to Irish and international clients primarily across the financial services sector, including asset and wealth management, aviation leasing, banking, insurance, real estate and treasury activities. She has nearly 13 years of experience having worked in transfer pricing in Ireland and New York managing large and complex global transfer pricing projects. Aoife has also been involved in the development of various tools and leverages analytical technologies to assist clients to better gain insights from their data. Aoife is a member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute.
Peter Reilly becomes a Tax Partner in the firm’s Domestic and International Outbound practice. Peter has over 15 years of experience in international tax structuring and works with many of Ireland’s large plcs and private companies. He works with his clients on all aspects of their business from M&As to financing as well as management incentive plans and internal reorganisations. He has spent time on secondment with the Irish Department of Finance and PwC New York. Peter is PwC Ireland’s Tax Policy Leader advising clients across all industry sectors on the potential impact of national and international tax policy changes on their businesses. Peter is member of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute.
Susan Roche becomes a Tax partner in the firm’s Foreign Direct Investment practice. With nearly 15 years of experience, including time spent on secondment in PwC New York, Susan focuses on advising US multinational companies predominantly in the technology and pharmaceutical life science sectors. Her experience includes advising companies on establishing operations in Ireland, expanding their international footprint, and on cross-border transactions and M&A. She will leverage PwC’s latest technology offerings to help companies navigate the ever-changing international tax environment. Susan is an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute.
Stephen Ruane becomes a Tax Partner in the firm’s Domestic and International Outbound practice. He has almost 20 years of experience providing tax consulting services to a broad range of listed plcs and large multinational clients and has particular expertise in oil and gas. Stephen leads PwC’s Tax Solutions Centre for the Irish tax practice, developing solutions on complex tax issues for a range of clients. He has extensive experience in the areas of financing, foreign exchange management, group restructurings and Revenue interactions on behalf of clients. As Partner, Stephen will also explore technological capabilities in the areas of financing and foreign exchange management. Stephen is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute.