Deloitte bolsters R&D tax practice with merger with Leyton Ireland
Deloitte Ireland has today announced that Leyton Ireland, a market leader in the provision of R&D tax credit advice has merged with its existing R&D tax credit practice to form Deloitte Leyton Consulting Ireland Ltd, a joint venture owned by Deloitte Ireland and the Leyton Group.
Established in Ireland in 2007, Leyton offers dedicated R&D tax credit services in the Irish market. The merger sees the formation of the most experienced R&D tax practice in Ireland. Deloitte Leyton’s team includes highly qualified tax consultants, accountants, scientists, engineers and IT professionals, with in-depth knowledge and expertise in R&D tax credits.
Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deloitte commented: “Leyton’s expertise and experience complement Deloitte’s existing strong capabilities in this area. We believe the combination of skills in the two teams creates a market leading proposition for our clients. As the economic situation improves and capital is increasingly available to invest in R&D activity, companies need to ensure this spend is as cost effective as possible. Our team of experts is committed to working with companies to do just that as they lay the foundations of growth and expansion in their businesses.”
William Garvey, Managing Director of Leyton, said: “Leyton was the first company in Ireland to offer dedicated R&D tax credit services and has assisted companies of all sizes and across all industry sectors. Deloitte’s expertise and reputation as a leading tax advisor both in Ireland and indeed internationally is an invaluable resource for our team to now be part of. We’re excited about working together and fulfilling the potential that this merger now creates.”
For further information on Deloitte Leyton Consulting Ireland Ltd and its services please visit www.deloitte.com/ie/deloitteleyton.
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