Philip Tully



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Philip is a partner in the Tax Department at Matheson.  Philip advises multinational corporations doing business in and from Ireland on all aspects of corporate tax.  He advises on corporate reorganisations, inward investment projects and cross-border tax transactions as well as transfer pricing matters and tax disputes.

Philip is a member of the Irish Taxation Institute, the Law Society of Ireland and the International Bar Association (IBA).  Philip has spoken on panels for the IBA and the American Bar Association and has acted as Branch Reporter for the Cahiers prepared by the International Fiscal Association.  Philip is co-author of the ‘Doing Business In Ireland 2019’ guide published by Chambers.

Experience Highlights
  • advising numerous Fortune 100 US corporations on international restructuring projects.
  • advising multinational companies on their establishment in Ireland, IP management structures and cash repatriation strategies.
  • advising clients on the application of the Irish transfer pricing regime including mutual agreement procedures and correlative relief claims.
  • advising clients on contentious tax matters with the Irish Revenue Commissioners and foreign tax authorities.

Philip Tully is recommended.
European Legal 500 2020


Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland - 2012

Qualified as a Chartered Tax Advisor - 2013

Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies, University College Dublin and Université Montesquieu, Bordeaux IV

Judge Business School, University of Cambridge, Senior Associate Programme - 2018

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