Matheson


Asia Group

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亚洲集团


As a leading gateway to the EU internal market, Ireland has become an important trading partner to many Chinese, Japanese and Asian companies and financial institutions. In areas including asset finance, investment funds, telecommunications, structured finance, gas, electricity and infrastructural development, against the backdrop of a favourable tax regime, there has been a steady increase in the number of Asian companies including banks, lessors, manufacturers, asset managers and investors doing business in and through Ireland.

作为进入欧盟内部市场的一个重要门户,爱尔兰已成为许多亚洲公司与金融机构的重要贸易伙伴。在税收优惠制度这一有利背景下,包括资产融资、投资基金、电信、结构性融资、燃气、电力与基础设施开发等众多领域的亚洲公司数量均有了稳步增长,其中包括在爱尔兰或通过爱尔兰开展业务的银行、租赁公司、制造商、资产管理公司与投资商等等。

Matheson is Ireland’s most internationally-focused law firm. With a primary focus on advising international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, our clients include 27 of the world’s 50 largest banks, including many Asian banks, and over half of the Fortune 100 companies.

Matheson是爱尔兰最注重国际业务的律师事务所。我们专注于为在爱尔兰或通过爱尔兰开展业务的国际公司及金融机构提供咨询服务;现有客户包括世界银行业前50强中的27家,其中有许多亚洲银行,以及超过半数的世界财富100强公司。

Our dedicated Asia Group comprises a team of experienced lawyers with specific expertise in advising Asian companies and financial institutions. A number of the partners and lawyers in our Asia Group worked in the Asian offices of major international law firms before joining Matheson.

We have advised on some of the most significant investments made by Asian companies and financial institutions in Ireland.

Our offering to Asia-based clients stands out from other Irish law firms due to our specific international focus and our knowledge of Asia. Our Asia Group draws on our market-leading practices in areas including Asset Management and Investment Funds; Aviation and Asset Finance; Banking; Energy and Natural Resources; Intellectual Property; International Business; Outsourcing; Project Finance; Structured Finance; Tax; Technology and Commercial Contracts; and Telecommunications

 アイルランドへの投資 - Investing in Ireland

 在爱尔兰投资 - Investing in Ireland

 

Experience Highlights

Recent relevant experience includes advising:

  • a Chinese leasing entity on the acquisition of a US $1.5 billion portfolio of aircraft
  • a Japanese aviation lessor on the establishment of a new leasing hub in Ireland
  • an Asian company on the acquisition of Ireland’s largest fixed line operator
  • an Asian multinational conglomerate on the establishment and operation of its Irish mobile telecommunications arm
  • a Japanese Fortune 500 company on a major natural gas project in the Persian Gulf
  • a Japanese investment bank on the issuance of $620 million in loan notes
  • on the creation of the first Irish “China” Fund, a mutual fund investing in Chinese A shares
  • a Japanese trading house in relation to investment in the Irish power sector
  • on the registration and marketing of Irish funds on a public and private placement basis in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Macau and Singapore
  • on a landmark shipping dispute case involving a Korean registered vessel
  • a large multinational in terms of structuring its Asian operations through Ireland in a tax-efficient manner
  • a Chinese-based plastic optical fibre developer and LED lighting product supplier, on its acquisition of an Irish-based compound semiconductor company

亚洲集团


As a leading gateway to the EU internal market, Ireland has become an important trading partner to many Chinese, Japanese and Asian companies and financial institutions. In areas including asset finance, investment funds, telecommunications, structured finance, gas, electricity and infrastructural development, against the backdrop of a favourable tax regime, there has been a steady increase in the number of Asian companies including banks, lessors, manufacturers, asset managers and investors doing business in and through Ireland.

作为进入欧盟内部市场的一个重要门户,爱尔兰已成为许多亚洲公司与金融机构的重要贸易伙伴。在税收优惠制度这一有利背景下,包括资产融资、投资基金、电信、结构性融资、燃气、电力与基础设施开发等众多领域的亚洲公司数量均有了稳步增长,其中包括在爱尔兰或通过爱尔兰开展业务的银行、租赁公司、制造商、资产管理公司与投资商等等。

Matheson is Ireland’s most internationally-focused law firm. With a primary focus on advising international companies and financial institutions doing business in and through Ireland, our clients include 27 of the world’s 50 largest banks, including many Asian banks, and over half of the Fortune 100 companies.

Matheson是爱尔兰最注重国际业务的律师事务所。我们专注于为在爱尔兰或通过爱尔兰开展业务的国际公司及金融机构提供咨询服务;现有客户包括世界银行业前50强中的27家,其中有许多亚洲银行,以及超过半数的世界财富100强公司。

Our dedicated Asia Group comprises a team of experienced lawyers with specific expertise in advising Asian companies and financial institutions. A number of the partners and lawyers in our Asia Group worked in the Asian offices of major international law firms before joining Matheson.

We have advised on some of the most significant investments made by Asian companies and financial institutions in Ireland.

Our offering to Asia-based clients stands out from other Irish law firms due to our specific international focus and our knowledge of Asia. Our Asia Group draws on our market-leading practices in areas including Asset Management and Investment Funds; Aviation and Asset Finance; Banking; Energy and Natural Resources; Intellectual Property; International Business; Outsourcing; Project Finance; Structured Finance; Tax; Technology and Commercial Contracts; and Telecommunications

 アイルランドへの投資 - Investing in Ireland

 在爱尔兰投资 - Investing in Ireland

 


Recent relevant experience includes advising:

  • a Chinese leasing entity on the acquisition of a US $1.5 billion portfolio of aircraft
  • a Japanese aviation lessor on the establishment of a new leasing hub in Ireland
  • an Asian company on the acquisition of Ireland’s largest fixed line operator
  • an Asian multinational conglomerate on the establishment and operation of its Irish mobile telecommunications arm
  • a Japanese Fortune 500 company on a major natural gas project in the Persian Gulf
  • a Japanese investment bank on the issuance of $620 million in loan notes
  • on the creation of the first Irish “China” Fund, a mutual fund investing in Chinese A shares
  • a Japanese trading house in relation to investment in the Irish power sector
  • on the registration and marketing of Irish funds on a public and private placement basis in Hong Kong, China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Macau and Singapore
  • on a landmark shipping dispute case involving a Korean registered vessel
  • a large multinational in terms of structuring its Asian operations through Ireland in a tax-efficient manner
  • a Chinese-based plastic optical fibre developer and LED lighting product supplier, on its acquisition of an Irish-based compound semiconductor company


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