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Matheson promotes two tax partners

10 April 2017

Anjana Haines

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Irish law firm Matheson has promoted Matthew Broadstock and Kevin Smith to tax partners in its tax practice.

Overall, there were 12 new partner appointments across the firm in its largest promotions round in more than a decade.

Broadstock was promoted from senior associate to partner. He specialises in indirect taxes, specifically VAT (both at an Irish and EU level), customs and excise queries and relevant contracts tax. He advises a broad spectrum of Irish and international clients across various industries on contentious and non-contentious issues.

Smith  advises financial institutions, investment banks, investment managers and institutional investors on all tax aspects of financial services in Ireland, including securities transactions, debt capital markets, cross-border financing and derivative transactions. He also vises many of the world’s largest aircraft leasing companies on tax aspects of carrying on aircraft leasing business in or from Ireland.

Matthew Broadstock 100 x 90 Matthew Broadstock
Kevin Smith 100 x 90 Kevin Smith






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