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Matheson Wins Two Awards at the ITR European Tax Awards 2020

AUTHOR(S): John Ryan
DATE: 22.05.2020

Matheson has been named both Irish Tax Firm of the Year and Irish Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year by the International Tax Review. Matheson remains the only Irish law firm to have been named the National Transfer Pricing Firm of the Year by the International Tax Review.

The International Tax Review European Awards are widely recognised as one of the benchmarks for excellence in the field of international tax advice. The firm was chosen from a shortlist of the country’s largest law and accounting firms. Matheson was identified as Irish Tax Firm of the Year following comprehensive client and peer research, indicating outstanding performance in the tax law arena over the last 12 months.

Matheson has the largest tax team of any Irish law firm and represents many of the leading international companies and financial institution. Matheson is also the only Irish law firm to have partner-level tax expertise on both coasts of the United States with offices in New York, Palo Alto and San Francisco.

The group advised over the last year on a number of successfully completed public and private M&A deals, restructurings and loan-origination transactions, many of which required innovative approaches. Matheson’s transfer pricing practice continues to expand in line with future regulatory changes and evolving needs of clients.

John Ryan, Chair of the Tax Department commented: “Our objective is to focus on the timely delivery and implementation of integrated leading-edge tax advice and to meet the needs of domestic and international corporations and financial institutions doing business in and from Ireland.  We are delighted to be acknowledged as having the leading tax advisory and transfer pricing practices in Ireland by an international publication such as the International Tax Review.”

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