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John Perry joins Walkers' Ireland office

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John Perry has joined Walkers’ Ireland office from Grant Thornton as a consultant in the tax group.

With over twenty years' experience in the international financial services industry, Perry specialises in advising on the tax aspects of capital markets, funds and aviation finance. He has acted for a wide range of industry participants, including asset managers, financial institutions, trustees, private equity providers, aviation lessors and fund administrators.

Perry has been a key participant in advising clients on international tax and regulatory regimes including FATCA/CRS, BEPS, AIFMD, UCITS, MiFID II and Solvency II. He has also participated in the tax committees of numerous industry bodies including Irish Funds and the Irish Debt Securities Association and is an active member of the Irish Debt Securities Association Tax Committee.

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