Partner, Head of Technology & Media, Fintech Lead
KPMG in Ireland
Anna advises many Irish and international companies on tax and efficiently structuring their international businesses. She also advises many early stage Technology and FinTech companies on the challenges around fundraising, structuring shareholding arrangements, rewarding founders and employees and growing global businesses. Anna is a founding Board member of the FinTech and Payments association of Ireland, which was launched on 14 September 2015. She is also a former Director and Member of the Board of the American Chamber of Commerce in Ireland, where she served for three-and-a-half years and was the former Chair of its Tax Working Group. Anna leads KPMG’s global partnership with Connected Intelligence (or Ci), the company behind Web Summit, Founders and their related US and Asian events, Collision and Rise. Anna has been recognized by the Silicon Republic Women Invent Tomorrow programme as one of the 100 Top Women in STEM. She was also nominated for the Woman Mean Business (WMB) Award for Women in Technology and was nominated one of the Top 30 Women in Tech in Ireland. Anna was announced as one of Image Magazines Nominees for Business Woman of the Year 2015, in the Digital Women category. Anna was also a former member of the Innovation Taskforce and its Implementation team, whose objective was to make recommendations to the Irish government designed to assist Ireland in becoming an Innovation Hub.
FCA, Chartered Accountants Ireland
AITI, Irish Tax Institute
BComm, University College Dublin
Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland
Media & Telecoms