<h1><strong>Louis O’Dwyer</strong></h1>

Louis O’Dwyer



Louis is a founding partner of Milne O’Dwyer, which was established in 1973. He services a multi variety of clients drawn from the small/medium Enterprise, Corporate, Professional and Agri Sectors. He works closely with clients in providing a comprehensive menu of business and taxation solutions.

He is a qualified member of the Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Irish Taxation Institute. He has a keen interest in community affairs and has served on a number of committees and boards on various local development issues.

<h1><strong>Aidan Egan</strong></h1>

Aidan joined Milne O Dwyer in 1991 and was appointed a Senior Partner in 2001. Aidan serves an extensive portfolio of clients including corporate and owner managed businesses in the Manufacturing, Leisure, Retail, Legal and Medical sectors.

In addition to Milne O Dwyer’s traditional range of compliance and advisory services, Aidan is actively involved in advising on the following topics:

  • Acquisition, Disposal and Valuation of Businesses
  • Project Finance – Initial Credit application to draw down
  • Revenue Audits / Investigations
  • Commercial Legacy Debt – Negotiation and Refinance Packages
  • Insurance claims
<h1><strong>Donal Hackett</strong></h1>

Donal Hackett



Donal joined the firm as a trainee in 1976 and has been a partner since 1981. He is a Certified Public Accountant, a Chartered Tax Advisor, and a Qualified Financial Advisor. He is also a Personal Insolvency Practitioner. Donal has the qualifications, skills, and experience to advise you, whatever your business, taxation, and financial needs. He has particular experience in the Media, Manufacturing, and Construction sectors.

Donal has been authorised by the Insolvency Service of Ireland as a Personal Insolvency Practitioner(PIP) since the legislation was introduced in 2013. He, with his supporting staff, handles a large volume of cases assisting people in financial difficulty.

Solutions range from informal negotiations to formal insolvency arrangements, and include both personal and commercial debt. He is a member of the Abhaile panel, which provides a free consultation to borrowers who are at risk of losing their homes.

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Beck House, Kilbride Street,
Tullamore, Co. Offaly.

Eircode: R35 D4F1

Phone: 057 932 1394
E-mail: info@milneodwyer.ie


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