Carol Lynch to Lead New BDO Team Covering Customs and Trade Services
15th October 2016
With Brexit concerns among importers and exporters a key issue regarding international trade, BDO Ireland has today announced a significant expansion and the addition of a new team of tax specialists led by Carol Lynch.
The new team adds to BDO’s unrivalled position as Ireland’s leading indirect tax advisor and the new team will bring unique expertise to help clients understand the complexities related to international and EU customs and trade.
The BDO Customs and International Trade team will advise growth focused companies in Ireland on a range of issues relating to international and European customs and trade. This includes advice on applicable import taxes, customs duties, anti-dumping duties, agricultural levies, support on excise duties and the movement of goods subject to excise, advice on exports, support with export compliance and support with audits and investigations.
Carol joins BDO from international trade and business services firm Crannagh & Co – an organisation she founded and served in as Managing Director for ten years. Commenting on her new role, Carol said: “I am pleased to be joining BDO as this gives my existing clients and BDO’s clients access to a broader range of expertise and allows us to support our clients’ ambitious growth strategies in Ireland and internationally.”
(Pictured L-R: Ivor Feerick, Indirect Tax Partner at BDO Ireland, Michael Costello, Managing Partner at BDO Ireland and Carol Lynch, Partner at BDO Customs and International Trade Services.)