Over three lunchtimes in April (15th/22nd/29th) we hosted events for existing and prospective clients across a variation of themes. These included the Agri-Food industry, company law and also property and related taxation. Each week in the Ormonde Hotel we had a guest lead speaker who was a specialist in their area, and then some partners and managers from the firm would speak on related areas of their own expertise. All themes were carefully chosen as to reflect relevant current issues that our clients face, and what plans and measures could be put in place to best protect and grow family wealth.

The schedule over the three lunchtime talks was as follows:

Path To Growth Series By O Neill Foley

Justin McCarthy Editor of The Farmers Journal - Spoke at O'Neill Foley's Agri-Food event April 15th 2015

Wednesday 15th April ‘The Agri-Food SME’s path to growth 12-2pm

Lead speaker: Justin McCarthy, Editor Irish Farmers Journal

Additional speakers:-

  • R&D Tax Credits  Joe Dalton Consultant
  • Conversion to corporate in agriculture  Leslie Moynan (ONF)
  • Tax on succession  Mary Walsh (ONF)
  • Technology in the context of administration  Jonathan Doyle (ONF)

 

Kevin Prendergast - Speaker at O'Neill Foley's event on Company Law - April 2015

Wednesday 22nd April ‘Making company law and taxation work better for you’ 12-2pm 

Lead speaker: Kevin Prendergast, Head of Enforcement at the Office of The Director of Corporate Enforcement

Additional speakers:-

  • The New Companies Act  Marie Grogan (ONF)
  • Estate Planning  Alan Seery (ONF)
  • R&D Tax Credits   Joe Dalton (Consultant)
  • iXBRL/FRS 102  Declan Murphy (ONF)

 

 

Wednesday 29th April ‘Property and related taxation planning’ 12-2pmAidan Gavin - Speaker at O'Neill Foley's Path to Growth series of talks in April 2015

Lead speaker: Aidan Gavin, Managing Director Sherry FitzGerald DTZ

Additional speakers:-

  • Capital allowances on buildings  David Walsh Managing Partner (ONF)
  • Family partnership/Dwelling house relief  Tom O’Connor (ONF)
  • CAT planning  Alan Seery (ONF)
  • Property related tax issues    Mary Walsh (ONF)