Chartered Tax Adviser, Cork Office
Mark is a Chartered Tax Adviser, practising as part of the Tax team. He advises Irish and international clients on a broad range of tax matters. Mark has extensive experience in advising international companies establishing in Ireland and Irish companies setting up operations overseas, and has a developed a wide professional network with tax advisers internationally.
Mark works closely with the Corporate team on M&A transactions and has advised many individuals and families on succession and estate planning.
He has extensive experience in advising clients and individuals on all aspects of interaction with the Revenue Commissioners, and in particular on Revenue audits and investigations. Mark is co-author of the Irish Tax Institute’s publication “Revenue Audits and Investigations – the Professional Handbook”.
Mark is a past President of the Irish Tax Institute and a member and past chairman of Main TALC, the national liaison body between tax practitioners and Revenue in Ireland. He is a member of the regulatory investigation committee of the Institute. He is also a member of the Taxation Working Group of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland.
Mark has also presented at many tax conferences nationally and internationally on a variety of subjects. He has contributed several articles to the Irish Tax Review and other publications on a wide number of tax matters.
University College Cork (BCL)
University of Limerick (Graduate Diploma in Business Administration)
FITI Chartered Tax Adviser (CTA).
Mark is recognised for exceptional standing in the legal community in The Legal 500.– The legal 500
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Revenue Audit & Investigations Handbook co-authored by RDJ Tax Partner
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