Global professional services firm Grant Thornton has appointed Vic Angley as a new partner in the company's tax practice in Limerick.
He joins the firm having worked in 'Big Four' companies as well as large national tax practices over the past twenty years.
Mr Angley has experience spanning several areas, including cross-border tax planning, corporate acquisitions, reconstructions and reorganisations and foreign direct investment (FDI) into Ireland.
He is an associate of the Irish Tax Institute (CTA) and holds an MBA from the UCD Smurfit Business School.
In addition, Mr Angley has both written and spoken for organisations such as the Irish Research & Development Group (IRDG), Chartered Accountants Ireland, and IBEC on a variety of topics including tax incentives for research and innovation, the Irish CFC regime and succession planning for Irish family business.
Michael McAteer, managing partner at Grant Thornton Ireland, said Mr Angley's 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," he said.
Grant Thornton currently employs over 1,450 people in seven offices across Ireland.