William is a tax lawyer with extensive cross-border experience in corporate and finance transactions. He has particular experience in private equity, investment funds and banking transactions. William joined Maples and Calder in 2011. The Legal 500 describes William as a "rising star". Chambers Ireland describes him as "incredibly responsive, very thoughtful and patient". Most recently, William was recommended in Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax 2018 William has advised on cross-border banking mergers and transactions. He has also assisted international investment funds and managers on establishing operations in Ireland. William joined Maples and Calder in 2011. Previously, he was a senior tax associate with Linklaters LLP in their London office. He maintains his interest and focus on international tax. William has published a number of articles on Irish taxation, including the provisions of Irelands’ section 110 tax regime. He is a member and active participant of the Irish Debt Securities Association (IDSA) and the Irish Funds Industry Association. William regularly engages with the Irish government on drafting legislation and consultations. Working with the Maples Tax group he is engaged on the development and implementation of the EU initiatives on tax avoidance and the OECD BEPS initiative. William is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin and Cambridge University. He is also qualified as an Associate of the Irish Taxation Institute.