Photo of Andrew Quinn

Andrew Quinn

Maples and Calder 都柏林办事处
work 75 St. Stephen's Green Dublin 2 D02 PR50 Ireland
work, pref+353 1 619 2038
cell+353 86 804 7336


Andrew is Head of Tax at Maples and Calder.  He is an acknowledged leader in Irish and international tax and advises companies, investment funds, banks and family offices on Ireland's international tax offerings.  Andrew is a member of the Dublin office Management Committee.


Prior to joining Maples and Calder, Andrew was a senior partner with a large Irish law firm and before that a tax consultant with Ernst & Young. 

Andrew has been recommended by a number of directories including Chambers and Partners, Legal 500, Who's Who Legal, World Tax, Best Lawyers, International Tax Review's World Tax Guide and the Tax Directors Handbook.  Andrew has also been endorsed in Practical Law Company's Tax on Transactions multi-jurisdictional guide.

Andrew was most recently recommended in Who's Who Legal Corporate Tax 2018.


Andrew is a law graduate of University College Dublin and an associate of the Irish Taxation Institute.



Chairman, Irish Debt Securities Association

Former Chairman, International Fiscal Association Ireland

Tax Committee, Irish Funds

Tax Committee, Law Society of Ireland

Tax Committee, American Chamber of Commerce Ireland

Member of the British Irish Chamber of Commerce

Member of Irish Government Tax Advisers Liaison Committee on OECD BEPS


1995 - Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
1996 - Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (non practising)


Joint author of the Ireland chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Corporate Tax 2019

National Reporter 2019 - International Fiscal Association 

Joint author of the book Taxing Financial Transactions – Irish Taxation Institute. 

Joint author of the Ireland chapter in Chambers and Partners Global Practice Guide to Corporate Tax 

Joint author of the Ireland chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Tax 2018

Joint author in Lexology's 'Transfer Pricing Methods for Ireland' 2018