Senior Tax Specialist, Goodbody
Catriona is a Senior Tax Specialist with Goodbody. Prior to working for Goodbody she spent over 20 years working with big 4 firms providing tax advice to international and domestic clients covering multinationals and domestic businesses, high and ultra-high net worth individuals. In her current role she is responsible for assisting clients in developing and implementing their strategic tax and investment goals. She is a CTA, TEP, CFP and a STEP Ireland Committee member. She is a regular contributor to media on tax and financial planning related matters.
Head of Pensions and Technical Services, Goodbody
Jim is Head of Pensions and Technical Services at Goodbody. He is a well-known figure and commentator in the pensions industry and has a reputation for challenging the norm. In addition to sitting on a number of industry bodies, he also lectures on Retirement Planning for UCD.
Head of Goodbody Wealth Advisory, Goodbody
Michelle is Head of Goodbody Wealth Advisory and is a member of the senior management team. She has extensive experience in Financial Services where she has worked for almost 28 years. Prior to joining Goodbody, Michelle was a Partner with BDO Accountants and set up and managed BDO Private Wealth Management Ltd. Michelle also worked with another large Stockbroker for over 18 years where she was a Director in the Private Client division. Michelle has extensive experience dealing with private clients, corporates, charitable organisations, credit unions and friendly societies.
Carol Widger is a partner in Dechert’s Investment Funds group in Dublin and Managing Partner of the firm’s Dublin office. Ms. Widger has 20 years’ experience advising fund promoters, fund managers, AIFMs, MiFID firms and other investment funds services firms, on matters relating to the establishment, launch and ongoing management of all types of investment funds, including UCITS and AIF products. Ms. Widger is a former Chair of Irish Funds' Legal Working Group and current Chair and founding member of the Dublin location for 100 Women in Finance.