Crowe newsletter – Q2 2020

We are pleased to share with you the latest issue of our quarterly newsletter, keeping you up to date with all the latest news from Crowe.

Since our last quarterly newsletter, sent out at the beginning of March, the world is a very different-looking place. In line with government guidelines, Crowe has been operating remotely since the middle of March. Recent investments in our IT infrastructure have ensured that we have been able to adapt to changing business needs and manage client projects to the same high standards as before. 

We are supporting a wide range of clients impacted by COVID-19, advising them on accessing government supports and their tax implications, as well as what practical steps business owners need to take to reposition their business to ensure long-term financial success for the post-COVID world. Our tax and corporate finance teams are available to help any of our clients navigate the challenges they are facing.

We established our COVID-19 Resource Hub back in March, which has proved to be an important resource for clients, and we continue to add additional insights and news to that each week. 

Cormac Doyle joins Crowe Ireland as tax partnerEarlier in May, Crowe was delighted to welcome Cormac Doyle to the firm as a partner in our tax department. Cormac joins the practice from EisnerAmper Ireland, where he has worked for the last 12 years, most recently as a partner and head of their tax department for the last seven years. Welcoming Cormac to his new role, Crowe’s Managing Partner, Naoise Cosgrove said: “Cormac’s experience and expertise will further strengthen our tax and business services team. He shares our focus on client needs together with our philosophy of open collaboration and active engagement. I know he will be a very valuable addition to the firm.” As a tax partner, I personally wanted to welcome Cormac to the team and very much look forward to working alongside him. 

Lisa Kinsella, Partner, Tax
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