Buy/sell lead advisory, private equity transactions, MBIs/MBOs, industry consolidation, debt refinancing, corporate structuring, capital raisings, and information memorandum preparation
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Tim is one of the firms’ founding Partners and has spent his professional career working in private practice.
Tim leads the Corporate Finance & Advisory department. This department offers a bespoke service of personal attention to its clients including banking, corporate restructures, mergers and acquisitions, strategic business planning and advice on management and growth.
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Tim specializes in providing bespoke and specialist advice to clients in relation to the design and implementation of business growth and strategic business planning. Tim advises his clients around succession planning, shareholder agreements, estate planning, key executive appointments, finance options both mainstream and private equity structure.
Tim is a member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Ireland, a member of the Institute to Directors and holds a Diploma in Banking and Corporate Recovery from the Law society of Ireland.
Corporate Finance, Bespoke Advisory Services, Strategic Planning, Succession Planning, Banking and Corporate Recovery.
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Fachtna is one of the firms’ founding Partners and has spent his professional career working in practice.
Fachtna is a Partner in the SME Department which offers a broad array of services to its clients including accounts and tax compliance, financial reporting and general business advisory.
Fachtna’s client portfolio spans a wide range of businesses in the SME sector. Fachtna has significant knowledge and experience of the Construction Services Sector, Fishing Industry, Hospitality and Charities.
Fachtna is a member of The Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Ireland and Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators.
Audit and Accounts Compliance, Corporate and Personal Taxation, Strategic Planning, Business Advisory, and Charities.
You must hold onto your books and records for 6 years after any transaction is completed.
The single parent tax credit can now only be claimed by the “primary carer” as opposed to both parents as was the case pre 2014.