As emerging and traditional businesses seek better ways to enhance growth and increase profitability, many consider the advantages and disadvantages of establishing and streamlining business operations in another jurisdiction. Whether that means expanding , upgrading or diversifying their reach, in today’s internationalized economy, having a global footprint, can have major commercial significance. Tully Rinckey are pleased to present a distinguished panel of speakers to discuss the relative merits of Ireland and the United States as respective locations for businesses.
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November 22nd, 2018
Doors: 7:30 AM
Panel: 8:00 – 9:00 AM
Trinity City Hotel
D02 FW96 Dublin 2, Ireland
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MEET THE PRESENTERS
Tully Rinckey Ireland Partner
Conor focuses his practice on buying and selling businesses, commercial contracts, commercial agency law, trademark law, data protection issues, company law and commercial litigation. Conor draws on his unique 20-plus years’ business expertise to successfully assist clients in various areas of law, especially including all aspects of the law that affect SMEs. He was formerly a commodity trading manager in London. He returned to Ireland, where he established and operated a successful SME for 10 years. Conor subsequently sold his business to concentrate on a career in law, as a Solicitor.
Header of Tax, EisnerAmper
Cormac is a Partner and head of the Firm’s tax team. As Head of Tax, Cormac leads a specialist team advising clients who are setting up and operating in Europe using Ireland as a base.Clients include financial service entities, internationally based corporate and private equity clients setting up, operating and/or investing in and through Ireland.
Director and Co-Founder, Firmwave
Fintan McGovern’s career began as an Army officer, serving fifteen years in the Irish Defence Forces. He then transferred to the corporate sector bringing his extensive military experience and business management training into play. Firstly in the African mining industry with Kenmare Resources and subsequently in the Caribbean, where he worked with Digicel, focusing on the purchase and sale of companies. Then an opportunity arose, to follow his dream and build a business.
Managing Director, Corporate and Institutional, First Names Group
Joanne McEnteggart is the Managing Director, Corporate and Institutional for First Names Group in Ireland. A veritable livewire, Joanne cranks up the energy in an already fast-paced environment. With an adaptive communication style that resonates with clients and colleagues alike, she is able to quickly assess complex situations and suggest appropriate action.
Manager, Guiness Enterprise Centre
The GEC is managed by Eamonn Sayers, which provides a comprehensive range of services specifically designed to advance the ambitions of early-stage companies, including investor ready preparation, access to finance and incubation. Dublin BIC runs several programmes, including its Investor-Ready Programme, Halo Business Angel Network (HBAN), Dublin BIC Venture Funding, the Funding & Scaling Series, Space@DublinBIC and FutureScope.