robert henson
Global business and tax reform are playing a significant part in the reorganisation of supply chains with companies’ behaviour and new structures reflecting these new global standards. Ireland continues to play a key part in future operating models.

Robert Henson

Ernst & Young – Ireland (EY Ireland) Business Tax Advisory Partner

Experienced in cross-border transactions and structuring business in Ireland. Commerical and strategic thinker. Designer, implementer and executioner.

As EY Ireland Business Tax Advisory Partner, Robert specialises in advising clients in the funds, energy, manufacturing pharmaceuticals and technology sectors.

Seasoned in cross-border financings and structuring, inbound investment into Ireland, international corporate restructurings, M&As, as well as IP and corporate migrations, Robert has over 15 years of experience in the industry.

Prior to joining EY, Robert served as Tax Partner at a leading full-service corporate law firm in Ireland where he advised both domestic and international clients on a wide variety of transactions across multiple sectors. He also earned deep knowledge in the fields of corporate tax, international tax structuring and Irish stamp duty.

A Fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland and an Associate of the Institute of Tax Ireland. Robert holds a master’s degree in accountancy from Smurfit Graduate School of Business and a BComm degree from University College Dublin.

How Robert is building a better working world

"Having worked as Irish tax counsel for many leading organisations in Ireland, I have been able to assist a wide range of clients with their corporate restructurings, mergers, initial public offerings and corporate migrations. I also co-authored The Tax Disputes and Litigation Review and have significant experience in tax controversy. My unique ability to be a solution provider is just one way that I contribute to building a better working world."

 

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