The pace of change in the financial services sector has been relentless in recent years and domestic and international changes in the tax environment have been a significant aspect of this evolution.

This is transpiring at the same time as the sector is dealing with an unprecedented level of disruption arising both from the entry of non-traditional competitors to the market and the advent of new technologies which are fundamentally altering business models and markets. As a result the importance of an efficient and compliant tax function is a fundamental concern for our clients.

Grant Thornton’s Financial Services Tax team works with clients across the full spectrum of financial services covering: asset management, securitisation, aviation finance and leasing, insurance, banking and fintech.

Partner Brian Murphy

Financial Services Tax

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Our Services:

Our service offering covers all aspects of corporate tax for the industry including corporate tax and operational tax compliance, tax structuring and advisory, M&A due diligence, indirect taxes compliance and consultancy, tax process review and implementation, international investor reporting, transfer pricing, research & development tax credits, resource management and secondment.

Keeping abreast of changes is important but is just part of the equation. Preparedness for future changes is vitally important. We constantly scan the horizon for upcoming changes both nationally and internationally to ensure our clients are prepared for whatever tomorrow might bring. We also leverage the knowledge and expertise contained within Grant Thornton’s global office network to provide clients with advanced intelligence on international regulatory and tax developments.

Why Grant Thornton?

The Grant Thornton team is made up of experts who are fully up to date in terms of changing and evolving tax legislation. This is combined with industry expertise and an in-depth knowledge of the evolving financial services regulatory landscape.

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