AREAS OF EXPERTISE
Funds & Investment Management
Maples Group Recognised by Bloomberg for its Expertise in International Tax
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William joined the Maples Group in 2011. Previously, he was a senior tax associate with Linklaters LLP in their London office. He has also worked in Macfarlanes LLP and a large Irish corporate law firm. William is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and Cambridge University. He is also qualified as an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute.
William has been ranked in Chambers Europe and The Legal 500. In The Legal 500’s 2020 Guide, clients attested that “Will Fogarty proved, again and again, his ability to explain difficult tax structuring issues and provide the appropriate structures for our investments.” Another client described him as “one of the best tax advisers I have come across in Europe” and added “He is strong technically but very practical and commercial in his advice.”
2003 – Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
2004 – Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (not practising as an English solicitor)
William is a contributor to various newspapers and legal publications on tax matters for Irish funds and other vehicles. He speaks on the tax changes for fund vehicles at our annual Maples Insights sessions. Will is experienced in international structures and regularly works with international law and accounting firms on technical issues, such as the classification of ICAVs. Will regularly represents financial services clients in Revenue disputes, including audits and enquiries and led the settlement one of the largest Revenue cases in recent years.
Funds and Investment Management Update - Ireland and Luxembourg - Q3 2020
Irish Budget 2021: the Impact on Irish and International Business
Ireland and Luxembourg: the Updated EU Annex I List
Ireland's Economic Stimulus Response to COVID-19 - the Key Tax Measures
Funds and Investment Management Update - Ireland and Luxembourg - Q2 2020
Tax on Corporate Transactions: Ireland