Lalor O’Shea McQuillan Partners
Padraic qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1991, having completed his accountancy training with Arthur Anderson, Dublin. Following a period working with Deloitte, Sydney, Padraic joined the Tax Department of PWC, Dublin, where he worked as a Corporate Tax Manager. He was admitted to membership of the Irish Taxation Institute in 1994 and has specialised as a tax advisor throughout his career. In 1996, Padraic commenced his own Chartered Accountancy and Tax Advisory practice.
John qualified as a CPA in 1989 having completed his accountancy training in Carlow. He worked within practice in Carlow for the following five years gaining a broad range of experience in business advisory services to the retail, property development and hospitality sectors. In 1994, John established his own practice before joining forces with Padraic Lalor to establish Lalor O’Shea in 2003.
Nuala joined the firm in 2006 having trained with KPMG Dublin’s tax practice and enjoyed a series of promotions with KPMG up to the position of Associate Director. Nuala is a fellow of Chartered Accountants Ireland, where in the course of obtaining her qualification she was placed 3rd in the Republic of Ireland in the Professional III examinations. Nuala is also a qualified AITI Chartered Tax Adviser having completed the Institute of Tax examinations and has considerable experience in tax planning for family businesses. Nuala also has particular expertise in corporate and personal tax planning, estate, succession and retirement planning.
A graduate of DIT, Gareth followed his BSc (Hons) Business Studies degree with a period working for the Hibernian Group. Gareth joined Lalor O’Shea in 2003 and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 2006. Gareth has also been instrumental in developing Lalor O’Shea McQuillan’s online accounting department which has seen many changes over the years through technological developments. Gareth has extensive experience in working with SMEs and owner managed businesses across a broad variety of sectors.