Kieran Corrigan & Company was established by Kieran Corrigan, a highly regarded Chartered Accountant and barrister who was previously a partner in Cooney Corrigan, a practice he formed with Hugh Cooney after working in Arthur Andersen and as a senior manager with Deloitte. Kieran is an extensive lecturer and author, lecturing Tax Law in Trinity College Dublin for a number of years and publishing a two-volume book, Revenue Law, with Sweet & Maxwell.
Kieran has formerly held the positions of member of the Irish Industrial Development Authority (IDA), the State owned agency responsible for attracting multi-national investment into Ireland, for ten years, Chairman of the National Building Agency, the State owned building agency, and a member of the State-controlled Custom House Docks Development Authority which established the Irish Financial Services Centre in Dublin. He established, along with Mary Robinson, former President of Ireland, the Irish Centre for European Law, and sat on its board for a number of years.
Kieran Corrigan & Company is a leading independent providers of investment management, accountancy, taxation, corporate and financial advisory services to private clients, corporates, professional practices, and non-profit organisations.
The majority of our new work arises from referrals from clients other professionals that we have dealt with and we developing a strong reputation for reaching solution and achieving goals for our clients.
Our considerable depth of in-house expertise and our hands-on approach enable us to understand and work with our clients in dealing with the many challenges and opportunities they face today.
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