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Deloitte Ireland adds three new tax partners

Deloitte Ireland has appointed three new tax partners: Louise Kelly, Tom Maguire and Pieter Burger.

Kelly has been at Deloitte since 2001 and led the firm’s Irish desk in New York in 2011 and 2012. She works with Irish and multinational corporations on international tax matters, particularly M&A, inward investment projects and international tax planning.

Maguire moves to the firm and as a partner in the tax policy and technical services team. He has authored or co-authored several texts on various topics, including the Irish tax impact of IFRS, financial services transactions and general anti-avoidance rules.

Burger joined the firm as a partner last year. He has advised on domestic and international tax for 12 years and is particularly experienced in aircraft leasing, cash-pooling, banking, securitisation, IPOs and cross-border financing, and also gives advice on the tax aspects of hedging, derivatives and structured financial products.

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