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People

Dublin

Conor Dillon

cdillon@tynandillon.ie

Conor undertook his professional training in the taxation consultancy department of Deloitte, moving to Tynan Dillon in 2007. He has extensive experience providing specialist taxation compliance and consultancy advice to both individuals and large corporates under all tax headings. Conor has also amassed extensive experience with clients’ accounting and audit requirements, and, as a Qualified Financial Advisor, advises clients on pension planning and other investment decisions.

Niamh started her professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2002 and has excelled in a number of different roles within the firm since then. Niamh provides accountancy, audit, taxation and business advisory services to clients in a wide range of business sectors, and has extensive experience working with clients in the licensed trade.

Paul completed his professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2009 and has amassed a wide and varied experience during his time with the firm. Paul also qualified as a Chartered Tax Advisor in 2015, and is now ideally placed to provide tax planning and business advisory advice. Paul works closely with clients on day to day management issues, annual and more regular management accounts reporting and audit services, as well as more detailed corporate structuring and tax planning advices, working with clients across a variety of business sectors including the licensed trade, software & IT, and professional services firms.

Keith Rigney

krigney@tdfs.ie

Keith started his professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2002. Keith leads our management accounts and payroll services teams. He takes a very active involvement with our clients’ business management requirements, and he has a particular focus on assisting business organising and optimising their day to day commercial operations. Keith works with clients from all sectors and industries, but would have a particular expertise in working with clients in the Licensed, Hospitality and Retail Trades.

Barry Dillon

bdillon@tynandillon.ie

Barry joined Tynan Dillon in 1976 and has been resident partner in the Dublin office for over 30 years. Barry has a wealth of experience in servicing all aspects of client requirements from small start-up enterprises through the various development stages experienced by businesses. He also provides taxation, investment and wealth planning advices for businesses and individuals.

 

 

John has considerable experience in business management and has developed strong relationships with the firm’s client base over many years. John’s areas of expertise are in the Licensed and Retail Trades, focusing on developing accounting and reporting systems to optimise management information. John also provides specialist advice in the areas of human resources, payroll, labour management, and banking.

Liam completed his training in Tynan Dillon in 1990 and returned to the firm in 2000, having gained ten years experience in industry – both as a director in a software development company and as Financial Controller of an Import and Distribution Group. In this time, Liam was involved in a number of acquisitions and disposals in the wholesale and retail sector. Liam has a wealth of experience in providing accounting and business advisory services, and in liaising with Enterprise Ireland and the local county enterprise boards. He oversees audit assignments in the Dublin office, and provides a dedicated focus to the firm’s clients in the retail and licensed trade.

Daniel O’Brien

dobrien@tynandillon.ie

Daniel joined Tynan Dillon as a trainee in 2009. He completed his training as an accountant with the firm, before departing to spend a couple of years working in financial management in the charity sector. He returned to Tynan Dillon in 2016, and has since attained further professional qualifications in the areas of tax and investment advice. Daniel provides general advisory services to both individual and corporate clients operating across a broad range of industries, with a particular focus on tax planning and provision of advice to SMEs and firms of practising solicitors.

Kildare

Liam is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited and Tynan Dillon Ballyhaunis Limited. He joined the firm in 1983 and became a partner based in the Naas office in 1986. Under his stewardship, Tynan Dillon Naas has grown to its current position as one of the larger firms of Chartered Accountants in Kildare, and its client base includes the full range of businesses from small sole traders to multi-national group companies. In dealing with such a variety of clients, Liam has built up extensive experience advising on all matters relating to Accounts, Auditing, Personal and Corporate Taxation and General Financial Planning.

Joe O’ Rourke

jorourke@tynandillon.ie

Joe is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited. He has extensive knowledge and experience providing accounting and business management advice to clients, which he has gained working in Tynan Dillon since 1988, and as an associate of the firm for the last fifteen years. He provides advice on a wide range of services, including tax planning and compliance, and business and cash flow management for individuals, sole traders and companies.

Teresa Wall

twall@tynandillon.ie

Teresa is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited. She joined Tynan Dillon in 1979 and has been an associate in the Naas office for the past fifteen years. Teresa provides accounting, taxation and business advisory services to small to medium size businesses, specialising in farming and blood- stock enterprises.

Mayo

Rosaleen Harrison

rharrison@tynandillon.ie

Rosaleen is a Director of Tynan Dillon Ballyhaunis Limited. She carried out her initial training under the stewardship of the late Barry Butler. She has amassed a wide and varied experience during her time with the firm, advising on all aspects of clients’ businesses. Rosaleen is well placed to advise on all aspects of individual and business compliance and structuring, in addition to pension planning as a Qualified Financial Advisor.

Dublin

Conor Dillon

cdillon@tynandillon.ie

Conor undertook his professional training in the taxation consultancy department of Deloitte, moving to Tynan Dillon in 2007. He has extensive experience providing specialist taxation compliance and consultancy advice to both individuals and large corporates under all tax headings. Conor has also amassed extensive experience with clients’ accounting and audit requirements, and, as a Qualified Financial Advisor, advises clients on pension planning and other investment decisions.

Niamh started her professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2002 and has excelled in a number of different roles within the firm since then. Niamh provides accountancy, audit, taxation and business advisory services to clients in a wide range of business sectors, and has extensive experience working with clients in the licensed trade.

Paul completed his professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2009 and has amassed a wide and varied experience during his time with the firm. Paul also qualified as a Chartered Tax Advisor in 2015, and is now ideally placed to provide tax planning and business advisory advice. Paul works closely with clients on day to day management issues, annual and more regular management accounts reporting and audit services, as well as more detailed corporate structuring and tax planning advices, working with clients across a variety of business sectors including the licensed trade, software & IT, and professional services firms.

Keith Rigney

krigney@tdfs.ie

Keith started his professional training with Tynan Dillon in 2002. Keith leads our management accounts and payroll services teams. He takes a very active involvement with our clients’ business management requirements, and he has a particular focus on assisting business organising and optimising their day to day commercial operations. Keith works with clients from all sectors and industries, but would have a particular expertise in working with clients in the Licensed, Hospitality and Retail Trades.

Barry Dillon

bdillon@tynandillon.ie

Barry joined Tynan Dillon in 1976 and has been resident partner in the Dublin office for over 30 years. Barry has a wealth of experience in servicing all aspects of client requirements from small start-up enterprises through the various development stages experienced by businesses. He also provides taxation, investment and wealth planning advices for businesses and individuals.

 

 

John has considerable experience in business management and has developed strong relationships with the firm’s client base over many years. John’s areas of expertise are in the Licensed and Retail Trades, focusing on developing accounting and reporting systems to optimise management information. John also provides specialist advice in the areas of human resources, payroll, labour management, and banking.

Liam completed his training in Tynan Dillon in 1990 and returned to the firm in 2000, having gained ten years experience in industry – both as a director in a software development company and as Financial Controller of an Import and Distribution Group. In this time, Liam was involved in a number of acquisitions and disposals in the wholesale and retail sector. Liam has a wealth of experience in providing accounting and business advisory services, and in liaising with Enterprise Ireland and the local county enterprise boards. He oversees audit assignments in the Dublin office, and provides a dedicated focus to the firm’s clients in the retail and licensed trade.

Daniel O’Brien

dobrien@tynandillon.ie

Daniel joined Tynan Dillon as a trainee in 2009. He completed his training as an accountant with the firm, before departing to spend a couple of years working in financial management in the charity sector. He returned to Tynan Dillon in 2016, and has since attained further professional qualifications in the areas of tax and investment advice. Daniel provides general advisory services to both individual and corporate clients operating across a broad range of industries, with a particular focus on tax planning and provision of advice to SMEs and firms of practising solicitors.

Kildare

Liam is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited and Tynan Dillon Ballyhaunis Limited. He joined the firm in 1983 and became a partner based in the Naas office in 1986. Under his stewardship, Tynan Dillon Naas has grown to its current position as one of the larger firms of Chartered Accountants in Kildare, and its client base includes the full range of businesses from small sole traders to multi-national group companies. In dealing with such a variety of clients, Liam has built up extensive experience advising on all matters relating to Accounts, Auditing, Personal and Corporate Taxation and General Financial Planning.

Joe O’ Rourke

jorourke@tynandillon.ie

Joe is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited. He has extensive knowledge and experience providing accounting and business management advice to clients, which he has gained working in Tynan Dillon since 1988, and as an associate of the firm for the last fifteen years. He provides advice on a wide range of services, including tax planning and compliance, and business and cash flow management for individuals, sole traders and companies.

Teresa Wall

twall@tynandillon.ie

Teresa is a Director of Tynan Dillon Naas Limited. She joined Tynan Dillon in 1979 and has been an associate in the Naas office for the past fifteen years. Teresa provides accounting, taxation and business advisory services to small to medium size businesses, specialising in farming and blood- stock enterprises.

Mayo

Rosaleen Harrison

rharrison@tynandillon.ie

Rosaleen is a Director of Tynan Dillon Ballyhaunis Limited. She carried out her initial training under the stewardship of the late Barry Butler. She has amassed a wide and varied experience during her time with the firm, advising on all aspects of clients’ businesses. Rosaleen is well placed to advise on all aspects of individual and business compliance and structuring, in addition to pension planning as a Qualified Financial Advisor.