Vistra solidifies presence in Ireland
February 15, 2018

Vistra, a corporate service provider of international incorporations, trust, fiduciary, private office, and fund administration services, has acquired Dublin-based Squires Gilbride Chartered Accountants & Advisors. 

Providing accounting, tax, company secretarial, payroll, auditing & advisory services, Squires Gilbride has what Vistra describes as a young and innovative team of professionals serving local companies as well as international firms looking to locate an office in Ireland. Formed in 2016 through the merger of historic businesses, Squires & Co and Gilbride, the firm of 25 led by Partners, Peter Squires, Neil Squires, and Oisin Gilbride, will remain the same under the Vistra umbrella, cementing Vistra's presence in Ireland and strengthening the International Expansion division. 

Vincent Bremmer, Group Managing Director of International Expansion at Vistra, said: "The experienced management team have built a stellar reputation for Squires Gilbride in the Irish market, growing the business significantly. Through Vistra Alliance, Vistra has developed a strong ten-year relationship with the team and we have seen first-hand that Ireland has become a key jurisdiction for inward investment.

"In 2015, Ireland was the third-largest recipient of foreign investment and this continues to grow; solidifying our presence in Ireland through this acquisition will not only see Vistra's global footprint expand but will also extend our International Expansion division offerings."





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Vistra, a corporate service provider of international incorporations, trust, fiduciary, private office, and fund administration services, has acquired Dublin-based Squires Gilbride Chartered Accountants & Advisors. 

Providing accounting, tax, company secretarial, payroll, auditing & advisory services, Squires Gilbride has what Vistra describes as a young and innovative team of professionals serving local companies as well as international firms looking to locate an office in Ireland. Formed in 2016 through the merger of historic businesses, Squires & Co and Gilbride, the firm of 25 led by Partners, Peter Squires, Neil Squires, and Oisin Gilbride, will remain the same under the Vistra umbrella, cementing Vistra's presence in Ireland and strengthening the International Expansion division. 

Vincent Bremmer, Group Managing Director of International Expansion at Vistra, said: "The experienced management team have built a stellar reputation for Squires Gilbride in the Irish market, growing the business significantly. Through Vistra Alliance, Vistra has developed a strong ten-year relationship with the team and we have seen first-hand that Ireland has become a key jurisdiction for inward investment.

"In 2015, Ireland was the third-largest recipient of foreign investment and this continues to grow; solidifying our presence in Ireland through this acquisition will not only see Vistra's global footprint expand but will also extend our International Expansion division offerings."



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