Raising capital and debt advisory, project financing, entrepreneurial advisory, financial model construction, financial model review, project analysis, project feasibility and exit planning.
We help companies drive growth and fast-track value creation by focusing on their capital and transaction strategy right through to execution.
We help our clients navigate complexity and build a better working world.
Today’s achievement is tomorrow’s expectation. So whether your focus is on transforming your business or on sustaining performance and building on your achievements, we can help you improve the performance and effectiveness of your business by examining everything
from core management and business processes to future directions and opportunities for growth.
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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.
Areas of Speciality
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.
In 2012 Irish Multi National Enterprises employed 246,000 people abroad. Foreign Multi National Enterprises employed 256,000 in Ireland- CSO Business in Ireland, December 2014
28% of Irish Enterprises, in 2014, purchased cloud computing services compared to the EU-28 average of 19%- CSO Statistical Release, 18/12/14