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Matheson Wins Irish Tax Firm of the Year

AUTHOR(S): Turlough Galvin, Gerry Thornton
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Tax, Mergers and Acquisitions, Corporate, Development of Irish Tax Policy, Transfer Pricing, BEPS
DATE: 30.05.2016

  • Matheson has won two European Tax Awards 
  • The prestigious awards were for Ireland Tax Firm of the Year and European Mergers & Acquisitions Tax Deal of the Year 

Turlough Galvin, Head of the Tax Group in Matheson, accepted the awards at the International Tax Review European Awards ceremony in London’s Savoy Hotel last week.
 
International Tax Review’s European Tax Awards have taken place annually since 2005. They seek to recognise examples of superior local and regional tax advice in cross-border transactions, and are judged according to size, innovation and complexity.
 
Turlough Galvin said “We are delighted to be recognised as the Irish Tax Firm of the Year. Winning the European M&A Tax Deal of the Year for the second year in a row, this time for our role in the Willis Towers Watson $18bn merger, reflects the level of complexity of the transactions undertaken by our clients. To have been shortlisted for European Tax Policy Firm of the Year is also a remarkable achievement - we have put a great deal of effort and resource into that part of our business in recent years.”
 
Michael Jackson, Managing Partner at Matheson, congratulated Turlough and the Tax group saying: “The accolades won by Matheson represent significant market recognition of the high profile work that we are consistently delivering for our clients, and the internationally focused, complex transactions that we regularly advise on”.

 

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