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Cliona Donnelly

William Fry Tax Advisors, Taxand Ireland

2 Grand Canal Square

Dublin 2

Ireland

Tel: +353 1 639 5280

Email: cliona.donnelly@williamfry.com

Website: www.williamfry.com

Cliona is a partner with William Fry Tax Advisors, the Irish member firm of Taxand. She is a key member of the firm's Foreign Direct Investment group. She advises multinational and corporate clients on a wide range of issues. She focuses her practice on the establishment of operations in Ireland, cross-border tax planning, mergers and acquisitions, corporate tax compliance and international and domestic reorganisations, and represents a number of the firm's key clients.

Before joining William Fry Tax Advisors, Cliona started her career in KPMG training as a chartered accountant and a chartered tax adviser. Cliona is a member of the Irish Taxation Institute and is a fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. She is also a member of Taxand's Global Knowledge Leaders group, ensuring that enhanced services are delivered to multinational clients. She is a frequent contributor to tax publications.

Cliona is ranked in the Chambers Global 2015 as a leading individual on corporate tax matters

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Sonya Manzor

William Fry Tax Advisors, Taxand Ireland

2 Grand Canal Square

Dublin 2

Ireland

Tel: +353 1 639 5212

Email: sonya.manzor@williamfry.com

Website: www.williamfry.com

Sonya is a partner with William Fry Tax Advisors, the Irish member firm of Taxand. She has more than 15 years' experience of advising clients across a range of sectors on tax issues including in the areas of inward investment, intellectual property (IP) and international tax structuring, corporate reorganisations, real estate transactions, and mergers and acquisitions. She advises both domestic and multinational corporations on Irish tax matters including corporate tax, VAT and stamp duty. She is a key member of the firm's Foreign Direct Investment group.

Sonya is a member of the Law Society of Ireland and the Irish Tax Institute. She is also a director of the Irish branch of the International Fiscal Association. Sonya is a frequent speaker on tax topics and a contributor to tax publications. She is the co-author of the Irish chapter in the Miller Thompson publication entitled 'Tax Litigation, Jurisdictional Comparisons' (First Edition 2013).

Sonya is ranked in the Chambers Global 2015 as a leading individual on corporate tax matters.

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