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Matheson shortlisted for 6 International Tax Awards

AUTHOR(S): Joe Duffy, Aidan Fahy, Catherine Galvin, Turlough Galvin, Shane Hogan, Alan Keating, Greg Lockhart, Catherine O’Meara, Mark O’Sullivan, Liam Quirke, John Ryan, Gerry Thornton
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Tax, Transfer Pricing, Development of Irish Tax Policy
DATE: 02.04.2015

Matheson, the law firm of choice for international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, has been shortlisted for six awards at this year’s prestigious International Tax Review European Tax Awards. 

The firm has been nominated in the following award categories: Irish Tax Firm of the Year, Irish Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year, European Banking Tax Deal of the Year, European Consumer Products Tax Deal of the Year, European M&A Tax Deal of the Year and European Telecommunications and Technology Tax Deal of the Year.

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 they also recognise the leading international tax professionals from around Europe. 

Matheson is the only Irish law firm to be shortlisted for such a large number of awards by the International Tax Review in 2015.

Turlough Galvin, Head of the Tax Group in Matheson, said “We are delighted to have been nominated for so many awards. These nominations are a reflection of both the capability of the Tax Group in Matheson and the scale and complexity of the transactions undertaken by our clients”.



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