Grant Thornton maintains its ongoing national growth trajectory, with the announcement today of a new partner appointment to the Limerick Tax Practice.
The appointment of Vic Angley as partner in the Limerick office reflects the significant and continued growth experienced by Grant Thornton Ireland over the past ten years. The company currently employs over 1,450 people in seven offices across Ireland.
Vic’s appointment also illustrates the firm’s ongoing commitment to developing its general presence, as well as its specific tax presence outside Dublin, notably in Munster. ,
Commenting on the appointment Michael McAteer, Managing Partner at Grant Thornton Ireland said
“I am delighted to announce Vic’s appointment to Grant Thornton Limerick’s Tax Practice. His appointment demonstrates the firm’s commitment to expansion, across the island of Ireland. The growth of our clients has led to a significant increase in the demand for all of our services over the last 10 years, and our team in Limerick, along with their colleagues in our Cork office, have ambitious plans to continue to grow the business across the Munster region.”
Vic Angley joins the Limerick Tax Practice having worked in both Big Four and large national tax practices over the past twenty years. Vic has extensive experience spanning several areas, including; cross border tax planning, corporate acquisitions, reconstructions and reorganisations and foreign direct investment into Ireland.
Vic is an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute (CTA) and holds an MBA from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. He has both written and spoken for organisations such as the Irish Research & Development Group (IRDG), Chartered Accountants Ireland, IBEC and Bloomberg on a variety of topics including tax incentives for research and innovation, the Irish CFC regime and succession planning for Irish family business.
Commenting on his appointment, Vic Angley said “I am hugely excited to be appointed partner to the Limerick Tax Practice. The key focus of our team will be to deliver proactive, commercially relevant advice to our clients to assist them in addressing the many challenges an ever evolving tax landscape presents. In order to deliver this, I’m looking forward to adding to what is already an exceptionally strong tax team, a number of high calibre senior appointments who will broaden the base of specialist tax advice we can deliver to our existing and future clients.