Grant Thornton Ireland promotes Brian Murphy to tax partner
Grant Thornton Ireland continues on its growth trajectory with the announcement of five new partners across various service lines. The appointments, which comprise of one external and four internal promotions, reflect the significant and continued growth experienced by Grant Thornton Ireland over the past ten years. The company currently employees over 1,450 people in seven offices across Ireland.
Commenting on the appointment of the new partners Michael McAteer, Managing Partner at Grant Thornton said “I am delighted to announce these five new appointments to the Grant Thornton Ireland team. Our new partners are great ambassadors of our firms’ Status Go culture, both in their own career paths to date and in their dedication to encouraging and empowering our people and clients to achieve their full potential. We have experienced amazing growth in the demand for our services over the past decade and our new partners have ambitious plans to continue to grow the business by expanding their portfolios.”
There is one new tax partner:
Brian Murphy, Partner and Head of Financial Services Tax. Brian is solely focused on the ever growing Financial Services market from a tax perspective. He leads teams providing both compliance and advisory tax services to businesses in each of the Financial Services sub sectors. Uniquely Brian has spent significant time working in the U.S. and this experience informs the advice he gives to the fast moving businesses he advises. As Financial Services transcends physical borders so does Brian’s reach within the Grant Thornton family to ensure our international network delivers for our clients in this key focus area of the firm. Brian joined the firm in January 2019 as Tax Director, having previously worked at PwC for 15 years.