The potential for error is high where speed is critical. We focus on helping you improve your outcomes.
We help you to:
Whether your business is successful, and you are looking to leverage opportunities in the market or your business is stressed, and you need assistance with cash flow and mitigating risk, our transaction services can support you and your specific challenges.
Our Lead Advisory team is a specialist corporate finance group providing strategic financial advice to business owners and shareholders.
We will help guide you through your strategic business cycle. We advise on all steps of the strategic buisness cycle, including:
We are a team of experienced advisors operating on an all-Ireland basis with the ability to seamlessly deliver support and results.
We deliver bespoke strategic advice to enable you to evaluate opportunities, drive competitive advantage, achieve business goals and increase shareholder returns through improved decision making.
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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.
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