Planning for Family Business Succession covers every aspect of succession planning, including family dynamics, management transition, non-family involvement, corporate governance, personal wealth management, contingency planning, tax issues, the role of advisors, and international best practice.
About the author
Niall Glynn is a tax partner with Deloitte. He specialises in capital taxes, domestic corporate reorganisations and shareholder issues. He has 15 years’ experience in advising in the taxation area, primarily providing advice to private domestic businesses, private companies and high net worth individuals on property transactions, domestic corporate reconstructions, investment structuring and asset/wealth protection, estate planning, tax efficient structuring of wills and trusts, family business reorganisations, asset disposals, extraction of value from companies, offshore structures and niche executive share schemes.
Niall is a practicing solicitor, a member of the Law Society of Ireland, a member of the Irish branch of the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners, and an associate of the Irish Taxation Institute. He is a former examiner and lecturer for the Irish Taxation Institute and has also lectured and tutored on taxation issues for the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Institute of Incorporated Public Accountants, the Law Society’s Law School, and joint courses run by the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners and the Law Society. He is a former member of the taxation committee of the Law Society of Ireland.
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