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  • Partnership taxes | Industries | PwC Ireland | Services for legal firms
    India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Partnership taxes We work with many of the leading practices in the country and have a lot of experience in assessing legal firms tax reporting and compliance processes as well as offering creative solutions to tax issues Our tax services team handles both compliance and planning services for legal firms so as to leverage information gathering and identify tax planning opportunities This structure is designed to increase efficiency and provide quick responses to client enquiries often resulting in one phone call solutions or early identification of more complex issues requiring careful analysis and management Issues frequently needing to be addressed particularly on the admission or retirement of partners include Partners capital accounts Goodwill Capital allowances on partnership assets The different tax implications of salaried partners equity partners and consultants and Pension arrangements Other issues often arising include Potential pitfalls for legal firms in relation to VAT and PAYE PRSI The tax consequences of doing business in or with other jurisdictions The implications of acquiring or merging with other practices Business development and client entertainment

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services-for-legal-firms/partnership-taxes.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Our team | Industries | PwC Ireland | Services for legal firms
    Experienced careers Student careers Executive search Ireland International PwC Sites Commonly visited PwC sites Global Australia Brazil Canada China Hong Kong France Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Middle East Netherlands Russia Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Our team Tax services Teresa McColgan Email T 353 1 792 8613 Ciara Whelan Email T 353 1 792 8635 Pensions solution services Alan Bigley Email T 353 1 792 6403 Brendan Bartley Email T 353 1 792 8705 Munro O Dwyer Email T 353 1 792 8708 Audit services John Dunne Email T 353 1 792 6856 Advisory services Ann O Connell Email T 353 1 792 8512 HR services Mark Carter Email T 353 1 792 6548 Mary O Hara Email T 353 1 792 6215 Regional offices Galway Ann Lavin Email T 353 91 779 506 Kilkenny Siobhan Collier Email T 353 56 770 4920 Limerick Ken Johnson Email T 353 61 212 346 Anita Kissane Email T 353 61 212 314 Waterford Martin Freyne Email T 353 51 874 858 Jim McCleane Email T 353 51 317 718 Wexford Billy Sweetman Email T 353 53 915 2404

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/services-for-legal-firms/team.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Our team | PwC Ireland | Technology
    in the Technology InfoComms and Entertainment Media sectors Paul leads the audit of a number of high profile technology companies and advises on the key challenges they face in the industry Paul is a member of the PwC s European Software Community of Practice network that draws together the expertise of lead professionals to better serve software clients In addition to this Paul also presents at the PwC Software Accounting boot camps which aim to help clients better understand the complex accounting requirements around the areas of software revenue recognition and pricing both under Irish and US Accounting Standards Paul is an elected member of the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland helping to determine the Institute s strategy and policy and deciding on the allocation of resources to its various programmes Paul is also an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute T 353 1 792 6399 Email Joe Tynan Joe Tynan is a partner in the Tax Services practice and leads the tax services to companies operating in the Technology InfoComms and Entertainment Media TICE sectors Joe has led many specialist tax assignments in areas such as business modelling corporate restructuring and Mergers and Acquisitions activity Joe is also responsible for the Firm s Business Development Marketing function and in this role is a member of PwC Ireland s Management Board Joe is an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute a Council Member Director and Honorary Treasurer of the Irish Exporters Association and a Member of the Irish Software Association and ICT Ireland T 353 1 792 8573 Email Richard Day Richard Day is a partner in the Advisory practice and advises clients operating in the technology and telecommunications sectors Richard leads the Data services team and is a specialist in system and process controls and

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  • Publications | PwC Ireland | Technology
    Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom United States Complete list of PwC territory sites Publications What s new Publications 2015 Digital IQ survey Ireland Big Decisions Survey Decision making in the technology industry The Internet of Things The growth of the semiconductor engine 2015 Digital IQ survey Ireland Our analysis of insights from nearly 2 000 business and IT executives globally reveals that Irish respondents are more cautious in their spending plans than companies globally Only 11 of companies in Ireland are spending more than 15 of their revenue on digital investments compared with 31 of companies globally November 2015 Big Decisions Survey Decision making in the technology industry July 2015 The Internet of Things The growth of the semiconductor engine July 2015 Mobile Innovations Forecast Making sense of the change in mobile innovation July 2015 Cloud computing The impact on revenue recognition May 2015 Are Wi Fi and 4G on a collision course April 2015 18th Annual Global CEO survey Technology industry indepth analysis Optimism about growth remains high with 87 of tech CEOs predicting revenue growth Looking three years out 92 of tech CEOs are confident about revenue growth February 2015 PwC global 100 software leaders

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/technology/publications.html (2016-02-18)
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  • Almost 50% of hedge fund firms plan to launch a new hedge fund by the end of 2016 | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    would launch a new hedge fund by the end of 2016 In the same period almost one third of US managers and 50 of UK managers said they would roll out a new liquid alternatives fund In terms of distribution models managers said their own direct sales channel was the most productive source of growth followed by prime brokers capital introduction teams investment consultants and referrals The impact of the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive AIFMD was assessed as varied Around three quarters of managers had changed where or how they market non EU funds to EU investors as a result of the directive Only a small number of EU managers were found to be using the passport since they continue to manage non EU funds but a large proportion of those managers said they would apply for the passport if it became available A small number of non EU managers were found to have either set up EU AIFMs or be acting as sub advisers to EU AIFMs The managers surveyed said their investors typically had taken 6 12 months before making an allocation These investors cited fund performance manager experience and investment strategy as the three most important factors in making a decision to invest Jack Inglis AIMA CEO said As our new survey with PwC shows the alternatives industry continues to grow and evolve a sign that it is responding positively to changed investor demands as well as regulatory reforms The industry having begun the process of institutionalisation prior to the global financial crisis is now maturing rapidly in order to manage a variety of distribution opportunities Olwyn Alexander Asset Management Leader PwC Ireland and EMEA Alternatives Leader said This survey the first of its kind clearly shows how regulation has sparked a growing distribution awareness in the hedge fund industry There is an ever increasing sophistication amongst investors in how and where they invest and hedge fund managers are clearly thinking strategically about what channels they wish to sell to where in the world and what mechanisms they use to sell their funds It is heartening to see the number of managers considering a launch of new products in the coming year which is testimony to the resilience and strength of the industry ENDS Notes to editors The report Distribution Disrupted A Spotlight On Alternatives is available on the AIMA and PwC websites The survey of hedge fund firms in Europe North America and Asia was undertaken in mid 2015 The respondents collectively manage around 550 billion in hedge fund assets A total of 146 firms were surveyed About AIMA The Alternative Investment Management Association AIMA has over 1 600 corporate members and over 10 000 individual contacts in over 50 countries Members include hedge fund managers and other alternative asset managers fund of funds managers prime brokers legal and accounting firms investors fund administrators and independent fund directors AIMA s manager members collectively manage more than 1 5 trillion in assets All AIMA members benefit

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/media-centre/press-release/2016/2016-pwc-ireland-almost-half-of-hedge-fund-firms-plan-to-launch-a-new-hedge-fund-by-the-end-of-2016.html (2016-02-18)
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  • PwC hosted UKTI / BICC Breakfast briefing highlighting the opportunities in the UK for Irish tech companies | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    the opportunities for scaling Irish technology companies into the UK With access to a market of 60 million people a competitive entrepreneurial tax regime and a wider ecosystem of support services for entrepreneurs the UK provides a great location for Irish companies to expand their operations Addressing the audience Lord Francis Maude UK Trade Investment Minister said Our relationship with Ireland has never been stronger or more productive and Irish and UK companies can do a lot more business with each other There are great opportunities in the technology sector in particular where Ireland is a hive of expertise with the world s giants working alongside start ups With the UK just next door there is every opportunity to work together and help our businesses grow Following the success of the UK Tech City the UK Government would like help Irish companies invest more in the UK And the with a flourishing tech sector the same language and a similar entrepreneurial spirit there are great opportunities waiting for them Outlining the key tax considerations when expanding overseas Ronan Finn PwC Tax Partner said Expansion overseas if not properly planned can lead to unexpected tax and legal bills For example expansion overseas can expose Irish businesses to higher corporation tax and effective business model planning will ensure an appropriate amount of profits are taxable at Irish and foreign tax rates Such structuring can include decisions on the location of intellectual property VAT and personal tax considerations as well as developing an exit strategy Funding is a key consideration particularly if the overseas business will be reliant on finance from the Irish parent Also having the right people is critical and implementing tax effective management incentives that work for your business and employees are important ENDS About PwC At PwC our purpose

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  • PwC-sponsored Ireland U20 6 Nations squad announced | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    the new guys have brought with them into the squad We ve had a number of camps with this group of players as well as two warm up games against Leinster and Munster before Christmas so now we are just looking forward to getting the championship started against Wales Speaking in advance of the 2016 Under 20 Six Nations David McGee Markets Partner PwC said PwC remains very committed to supporting Irish Rugby including our sponsorship of the Under 20 team and we wish them every success for 2016 and in their upcoming Six Nations Championship campaign This sponsorship is very close to PwC s DNA as developing a leadership pipeline with attributes such as talent teamwork and commitment are critical for success in business and on the pitch Ireland will play all three of their home games against Wales Italy and Scotland on Friday nights in Donnybrook Stadium this season The series will again be sponsored by Electric Ireland IRELAND U20 Squad for the RBS U20 6 Nations Championship Forwards James Bollard Dublin University Leinster Kelvin Browne Shannon Munster Peter Claffey Galwegians Connacht Will Connors UCD Leinster Max Deegan Lansdowne Leinster Shane Fenton Young Munster Munster John Foley Shannon Munster Cillian Gallagher Sligo RFC Connacht Greg Jones UCD Leinster Conor Kenny Buccaneers Connacht Adam McBurney Ballymena Ulster Sean O Connor Cashel Munster Conan O Donnell Sligo Connacht Andrew Porter UCD Leinster James Ryan Lansdowne Leinster Dan Walsh Cork Con Munster Backs Matthew Byrne Terenure Leinster Brett Connon Newcastle Falcons Exlies Shane Daly Cork Con Munster Hugo Keenan UCD Leinster Terry Kennedy St Mary s Leinster Stephen Kerins Sligo Connacht Paul Kiernan UCC Munster Robert Lyttle Queen s University Ulster Johnny McPhillips Queen s University Ulster Conor O Brien Clontarf Leinster Jimmy O Brien UCD Leinster John Poland Cork Con

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/media-centre/press-release/2016/2016-pwc-ireland-pwc-sponsored-ireland-U20-6-nations-squad-announced.html (2016-02-18)
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  • More work to do on diversity to attract key talent | PwC Ireland | Media centre | Press release
    to promote talent diversity and inclusiveness Damian Neylin FS Leader PwC Ireland commented It is important for business leaders to articulate why diversity is a vital competitive issue and reinforce this by how they behave within the leadership team Get this right and businesses will not only be in a better position to attract and retain top talent but also enhance innovation customer satisfaction and overall business performance Of the Global FS CEOs who have adopted a strategy to promote diversity more than three quarters believe it is helping them to enhance innovation 79 customer satisfaction 79 strengthen brand and reputation 80 and overall business performance 85 An overwhelming 90 believe it helps them attract talent The report also identifies that nearly three quarters 73 of female millennials 2 around the world working in FS believe that while their organisations talk about diversity opportunities are not equal for all Half believe that promotion is biased towards men Barely a third 35 feel that they can rise to senior levels within their current organisation compared to 49 among women across all industries Dublin based Aoife Flood of PwC s Global Diversity Inclusion Programme added It is especially worrying that these perceptions of bias increase as women progress in their careers In an industry in which women still only make up a small proportion of board members it is no surprise that nearly 30 of female millennials working in FS don t feel that there are senior role models that resonate with them within their organisation There is clearly a danger that if women s expectations aren t met they will be put off joining or leave and that would be a terrible loss of talent and potential for a business Many financial services organisations are hiring but the type of people they need are changing as they grapple with the impact of new technology new regulation changing customer expectations and shifts in global economic power Nearly 80 of Global FS industry leaders 1 are looking for a broader range of skills when recruiting than in the past Encouraging greater diversity and inclusion is a critical part of meeting these new talent demands Damian Neylin concluded The nature of the talent needed to sustain success in financial services is changing and the competition to recruit and retain people with the right capabilities is increasing FS organisations aren t just looking to attract seasoned FS professionals but also the more diverse and hybrid talent demanded in a sector facing the disruptive impact of new technology ever more complex regulations and increasing competition from new entrants ENDS Notes to editors PwC 2015 Global FS CEO Survey PwC 2015 Female Millennial Survey PwC Irish 2015 HR Directors Survey Female millennials in FS and all industries believe their employers are biased towards men in FS All industries Attracting employees 29 25 Promoting employees 50 43 Developing employees 36 30 Retaining employees 34 31 The survey reveals the top six questions organisations should ask themselves in terms

    Original URL path: http://www.pwc.ie/media-centre/press-release/2016/2016-pwc-ireland-more-work-to-do-on-diversity-to-attract-key-talent.html (2016-02-18)
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