Interpath launches tax services in Ireland

17 April 2024 2 min. read
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As it looks to maintain the growth of its new tax practice, Interpath Advisory has launched a new offering in Ireland. The new service will be led by Denis Herlihy, who joins Interpath as a managing director.

Commenting on his appointment, Denis Herlihy, said, “Interpath is a firm with ambition and has really made its mark on the market in Ireland. I couldn’t pass up on this opportunity to be part of such an exciting project, to build a tax practice that reflects the tax needs of Irish and international businesses.”

Herlihy was formerly a managing partner in the Limmerick office of audit and advisory firm BDO. He brings more than three decades of knowhow to his new role, having spent his career supporting clients with tax services in Ireland.

Denis Herlihy, Managing Director, Interpath

Looking ahead, he will help the Interpath tax team in Ireland to offer tax advisory services, such as tax support for mergers & acquisitions, insolvency, and restructuring.

The appointment further bolsters Interpath’s multi-disciplinary offering – and reflects continued investment in Ireland since Interpath launched there in 2022. It now has a team of approximately 80 staff, and in February 2024, Interpath moved into its new 10,000 sq ft penthouse headquarters at Riverside 2, Sir John Rogerson’s Quay, Dublin, to support the continued growth.

Its operations in Ireland also include offices in Cork and Belfast, and Interpath expects to grow its team in Ireland to 120 professionals by the end of 2025. Around 40 of those roles in Ireland are expected to come in the tax practice.

Speaking on the changes, Paul Hough, managing director in Interpath’s advisory practice, added, “Denis is incredibly well-regarded in the market and his appointment is another major milestone in the Interpath story in building a truly multi-disciplinary firm. We are confident that Denis’ extensive experience will not only support our clients in all their tax advisory requirements but the tax practice will be an important addition to our advisory offering which supports our clients to protect, preserve, sustain, and grow value.”