L to R: Damien Murran, Transactions Advisory Services Partner; John Glennon, Managing Partner
RSM Ireland are pleased to announce the appointment of Damien Murran as partner. A licenced insolvency practitioner, Damien brings with him extensive experience in restructuring and recovery to the firm’s fast-growing Transaction Advisory Services team.
Damien will be a valuable asset in supporting clients across a variety of sectors. In addition to taking formal insolvency appointments Damien will provide business review and commercial advice, lead corporate and group restructurings and deliver sustainable business turnaround solutions. A graduate of the National College of Ireland and a Member of Chartered Accountants Ireland, he joins the team after holding senior management positions in Grant Thornton and EY.
Damien is the second partner to join RSM Ireland’s Transaction Advisory Services this year, joining a team of 30 TAS consultants.
John Glennon, Managing and Founding Partner of RSM Ireland, said; “We are experiencing significant growth in the demand for Transaction Advisory Services, ranging from capital raising, mergers and acquisitions and due diligence to restructuring and formal insolvency advice. We’re delighted to welcome Damien to our growing team, he brings extensive experience in liquidations, examinerships and receiverships having worked in this area in a broad range of sectors over the last 13 years.”
Damien Murran said; “I am thrilled to join the growing team at RSM Ireland as Restructuring & Recovery Partner. I look forward to working with current and future clients at RSM, supporting them as they navigate the various business challenges being seen at both a local and international level.”
RSM Ireland was recently awarded ‘Advisory Team of the Year’ in the 2019 Irish Accountancy Awards and named ‘Practice of the Year’ in the 2018 Awards. In addition to its headquarters at Trinity House in Ranelagh, and its two Midlands offices in Birr, Co Offaly, and Portlaoise, Co Laois, it also opened a fourth Dublin office this year.