Budget 2022 with guest speaker Declan Hannon, captain of the Limerick Hurling Team

  • Event: Budget 2022 with guest speaker Declan Hannon, captain of the Limerick Hurling Team
  • Date: 13/10/2021
  • Time: 9:15 AM - 10:30 AM
  • Venue: Online Session, Via Zoom , Online,
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SAVE THE DATE!

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, will present Budget 2022 on 12 October 2021.

Notwithstanding the significant COVID-related Exchequer deficit, it is likely that Budget 2022 will include both a mixture of tax cuts and revenue raising measures. Certain existing reliefs may be curtailed while housing measures are likely to feature prominently.

We invite you to join us via webinar the following morning, Wednesday, 13 October, to hear from Grant Thornton’s Tax team, who will discuss the impact of the budget on you and your business, together with the wider economic impact.

We will also have guest speaker Declan Hannon, captain of the Limerick hurling team, who will be interviewed by Donn O’Sullivan, Editor of the Limerick Leader.

Having captained the Limerick senior hurling team to win the All-Ireland hurling title in 2018, 2020 and 2021, Declan will join us to discuss the road to success and the lessons learned.

We hope you can join us for what promises to be an informative session.

 

This event is free of charge, but online registration is required.

The link to join the session will be sent a day before scheduled date.

PRESENTERS

Vic Angley, Partner – Tax, Grant Thornton

Vic Angley is a highly experienced tax professional having worked for both Big 4 and large national tax practices for over 20 years.

Vic joined Grant Thornton as a Partner in 2020 and has extensive experience working with both highly successful Irish private client, as well as large scale multinational companies on a variety of projects including:

  • cross border tax planning for Irish companies expanding abroad;
  • corporate acquisitions, reconstructions and reorganisations;
  • tax planning for privately owned companies; and
  • foreign direct investment into Ireland.

Vic has advised a broad cross section of both domestic and multinational clients across a variety of industries including ICT, life science, retail and consumer products.

He has both written and spoken extensively for a number of organisations including the Irish Research & Development Group (IRDG), Chartered Accountants Ireland, IBEC, Bloomberg and SportsTech Ireland on a variety of topics including tax incentives for research and innovation, the Irish CFC regime and succession planning for Irish family business’. 

Professional qualifications and memberships

Vic is an Associate of the Irish Tax Institute (CTA) and holds an MBA from the UCD Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School.

Theresa O’Gorman, Director – Tax, Grant Thornton

Theresa joined Grant Thornton in 2000. She has over 30 years’ experience in all areas of tax, having spent 17 years with the Revenue Commissioners. Theresa works with clients to provide specialist knowledge and services across all areas of tax, but particularly in relation to;

  • preparing and negotiating revenue audits
  • corporation tax for Irish Groups and domestic subsidiaries of multinational companies
  • personal tax, VAT, Relevant Contract Tax, retirement and estate planning
  • provision of payroll and related PAYE/PRSI services to large employers and multinationals.

Theresa’s portfolio ranges from small owner managed business to large multinational organisations, across a range of industries, including, Logistics, Motor Retail, Food & Beverage, Construction and Technology sectors. 

Professional qualifications and memberships

Theresa is a member of the Irish TAXATION Institute (ITI)

Kevin Devenney, Director – Tax, Grant Thornton

Kevin joined Grant Thornton in 2014, having previously worked for a Big Four firm. He advised on all areas of VAT with a particular focus on the property and consumer business sectors. He also advised various government bodies. Kevin’s client portfolio includes Irish and overseas listed multinationals, government bodies and large indigenous Irish companies. These clients span the property, food, sporting, financial services and retail sectors. He has considerable expertise advising clients on all aspects of VAT on property transactions including the purchase and sale of commercial and residential developments, investor led transactions and the sale of distressed assets where a receiver/liquidator has been appointed. He also has experience advising government bodies on mergers, the VAT treatment of their supplies, VAT processes and maximising their VAT recovery position.

Kevin is co-author of VAT on Property, the leading text on Irish VAT on Property, published by the Irish Taxation Institute.

He has also presented widely on VAT matters, published various articles on VAT and contributes to the delivery of the Tax Institute’s Indirect Tax education programme. 

Professional qualifications and memberships

Kevin is a member of the Irish Tax Institute (AITI) and the Institute of Chartered Accountants (CAI). He is a Chartered Tax Advisor (CTA) and Chartered Accountant (ACA).

Donn O’Sullivan, Managing Editor – Limerick Leader

Donn O’Sullivan, a Limerick native, has been in the media industry for nearly 20 years. He has held roles across multiple titles, such as Newspaper Manager, Sports Editor and is currently the Managing Editor of the Limerick Leader, part of the Iconic Media Group. Away from the print and online media World, Donn is also lead sports commentator for Live95 radio, as well as working for RTE and Virgin Media Television.