Andrew is head of the Dublin office Tax team at Maples and Calder, the Maples Group's law firm. He is an acknowledged leader in Irish and international tax and advises companies, investment funds, banks and family offices on Ireland's international tax offerings. Andrew is a member of the Dublin office Management Committee.
AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Funds & Investment Management
Maples Group Recognised by Bloomberg for its Expertise in International Tax
Maples Partner a "Rising Star" at European Legal Awards
Maples and Calder Advises First ICAV Registration with Central Bank of Ireland
New senior appointment to Maples and Calder's Tax Group
Prior to joining the Maples Group, Andrew was a senior partner with a large Irish law firm, and before that a tax consultant with Ernst & Young. He has been recommended by a number of directories, including Chambers and Partners, Legal 500, Who's Who Legal, World Tax, Best Lawyers, International Tax Review's World Tax Guide and the Tax Directors Handbook. Andrew has also been endorsed in Practical Law Company's Tax on Transactions multi-jurisdictional guide. He was most recently recommended in Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax 2017. Andrew is also the joint author of the book Taxing Financial Transactions, Irish Taxation Institute.
1995 - Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
1996 - Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (non practising)
Andrew is a law graduate of University College Dublin and an associate of the Irish Taxation Institute.
Andrew is a member of the Tax Committee for the Irish Funds, Law Society of Ireland and the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland. He is Chairman of the Irish Debt Securities Association and a member of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce and the Irish Government Tax Advisers Liaison Committee on OECD BEPS.
The Business Post - Ireland and the Long Reach of EU Taxation
Irish Finance Bill 2019 - Update for International Investors
Funds and Investment Management Update - Ireland and Luxembourg - Q3 2019
Irish Budget 2020 - A Roadmap for Irish and International Business
Irish Budget 2020 – Significant Property Tax Changes
Tax Treatment of Investment Funds in Ireland - IFA 2019 National Reports (Cahiers)