Marie Bradley (Managing Director)
Marie Bradley is Managing Director of Bradley Tax Consulting. She has broad experience in advising personal and corporate clients having trained and worked in small and medium sized practices prior to spending over eight years working in the taxation departments of PricewaterhouseCoopers and KPMG advising Irish and foreign multinational companies.
She is a highly experienced tax professional having particular expertise in the areas of Irish and international corporate acquisitions, reconstructions and reorganisations, foreign direct investment into Ireland, cross border tax planning for Irish companies expanding abroad and tax planning for privately owned companies. Marie also provides personal tax planning services to individuals and owners of small and medium sized businesses. She has also advised many individuals and families on succession and estate planning.
Marie is a Fellow and past president of the Irish Taxation Institute. She is joint author of the Irish Taxation Institute’s publication, “Capital Allowances and Property Incentives”. Marie is a regular speaker at seminars on tax matters and presented on the nationwide Finance Bill tour organised by the Irish Taxation Institute and the main accountancy bodies for many years. She was also co-author of “Finak”, an annual publication that explains the legislative provisions included in each Finance Act. She is a non-executive member of the board of directors of the Irish Aviation Authority. Marie was appointed a member of the Commission on Taxation and Welfare by the Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe TD, The Commission on Taxation and Welfare has been tasked by the Irish government to independently consider how best the taxation and welfare systems can support economic activity and promote increased employment and prosperity in Ireland.
Michael Feeney worked with Coopers & Lybrand/PricewaterhouseCoopers prior to joining Bradley Tax Consulting. He has advised on corporate tax matters since the introduction of the corporation tax system in Ireland in 1976. He also worked for some years on both personal and company tax matters with Howarth Bastow Charleton and originally as an inspector of taxes with the Revenue Commissioners. For most of his career with PwC, he was responsible for the tax affairs of both domestic and multinational companies and groups, specialising in later years on international tax planning and restructuring.
Michael is the author of the comprehensive The Taxation of Companies, the definitive work on the Irish corporation tax system, which originally appeared in 1997 and continues to be updated annually. He was involved with the Irish Tax Institute as lecturer and moderator for the professional exam programme for some years and also lectured extensively on tax matters for the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland. At the end of his time with PwC, Michael had been specialising as an internal technical consultant on company tax matters.
Finnian is an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute and an affiliate of the ACCA in addition to being a qualified financial advisor (QFA). He has experience advising both private and corporate clients. Prior to joining Bradley Tax Consulting, Finnian spent a number of years with the tax department of a Big 4 firm in addition to working in medium sized practices. He has advised on various tax matters including foreign direct investment into Ireland, Revenue settlements, succession planning and business start-ups.