Senior appointment at Twomey Moran, Tax advisers
Twomey Moran has announced the appointment of John Cole as an Associate Director.
John joins Twomey Moran from the Financial Services Tax Department in PwC where he worked with domestic and international clients on the tax efficient structuring of real estate investment.
It marks a return to a firm John knows well. John joined Twomey Moran as a trainee tax adviser in 2012 from UCD and was an important member of the Twomey Moran team up until 2020.
Twomey Moran is one of the largest independent advisers on tax matters in Ireland. Employing over 20 people, the firm works with leading private businesses, families, and High Net Worth individuals.
Today’s appointment follows the announcement last November of Conor Gilsenan and Amy Crowther as Director and Associate Director respectively and reflects continued strong growth at the firm.
Speaking today, Kieran Twomey said; “We are delighted that John has returned to Twomey Moran and we welcome him back with open arms. John brings a wealth of experience and he will make an important contribution to the firm and to our clients.”
(Pictured –John Cole (R) Dave Moran(L), Kieran Twomey (C)
Senior appointments at Twomey Moran, Tax advisers
24th November 2021. Twomey Moran is one of the largest independent firms in Ireland focused exclusively on providing tax advice and support to individuals, family and private businesses. Today, Kieran Twomey, Director, announces two recent senior appointments at the firm.
Conor Gilsenan has been appointed as Director.
Amy Crowther has been appointed an Associate Director.
Conor began working with Kieran Twomey and Dave Moran in 2001 and bar a year spent managing a property portfolio in Eastern Europe, he has worked with Kieran and Dave since then. Conor is a very experienced private client adviser and has significant experience dealing with Revenue Audits and Revenue matters.
Amy joined Twomey Moran in 2012 from UCD and qualified as a Chartered Tax Adviser in 2015. In her 9 years with Twomey Moran, Amy has built up considerable technical skills and knowledge in the private client field.
Twomey Moran is a team of 20 and works with leading private businesses, families, and High Net Worth individuals.
In 2019 Dermot O’Brien and Gabrielle Dillon of Dermot O’Brien & Associates joined forces with Twomey Moran and now offer their extensive expertise on VAT issues to the firm’s clients and to the marketplace.
Speaking today, Kieran Twomey said the appointments reflected the significant contribution which both Conor and Amy have made to the firm; “Conor and Amy are key members of the Twomey Moran team, and these appointments reflect the significant contribution they make to our business.”
(Pictured, Conor Gilsenan and Amy Crowther (centre) with David Moran (L) and Kieran Twomey (R))
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