Martin Phelan

Tax Partner with William Fry Tax Advisors Ltd

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Martin is Head of William Fry Tax Advisors and a current board member of Taxand, a global tax network of which William Fry Tax Advisors is the exclusive Irish member firm. He has over 25 years' experience in advising on international tax in all sectors. Martin also specialises in tax controversy and litigation. Martin is a practicing Chartered Accountant and Chartered Tax Advisor and law graduate of the Honorable Society of King's Inns in Dublin. 

Martin is a former President of the Irish Taxation Institute (2013). He represents the profession on taxation committees with industry, government and Revenue.

Martin has written extensively on taxation topics including co-author “Taxing Financial Transactions” (Irish Taxation Institute), Transfer Pricing Ireland (IBFD), Income Tax Treaties – Competent Authority Functions and Procedures of Selected Countries (H-K), Ireland (Bloomberg BNA) and he regularly speaks on international taxation topics in Ireland and overseas.

 

Martin receives praise from his clients for "ensuring a blend of a technical and practical approach which is very digestible to the client and is easy to implement as a result." He is well known in the market for his international tax expertise. Chambers Europe 2018

Martin is recognised in Best Lawyers 2019 under 'The Best Lawyers in Ireland' for work in Tax Law. 

In Chambers Europe 2017, international tax specialist Martin Phelan is described as a "top guy" and "very switched-on."

Martin is listed as one of Ireland's 'Tax Controversy Leaders' by the International Tax Review in 2016 and 2015.

Leading consultant Martin Phelan is praised for "cutting to the chase" and being "technically very good." He is held in high regard for his expertise, especially in cases involving UK and US law, and projects in the real estate sector according to Chambers Global, 2015. In addition, Legal 500 EMEA, 2015 describe him as "extremely efficient and effective".

 

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