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Matheson named as the leading Irish law firm for international bond issues for 2011

AUTHOR(S): Turlough Galvin
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Structured Finance and Derivatives
DATE: 24.02.2012

Matheson has once again been recognised as the leading Irish law firm for international bond issues in league tables issued in February 2012 by international financial publisher, Thomson Reuters. The league tables for 2011 show that Matheson advised on more international debt issuance transactions than any other Irish law firm. Matheson was ranked 9th in the world (up from 13th position in 2010) by total number of international bond deals.

This result continues the previous excellent results obtained by Matheson in the Thomson Reuters league tables every year since they began in 2005.  Turlough Galvin, Head of the Structured Finance and Derivatives Group at Matheson said: "Despite difficult market conditions for public deals throughout 2011, our broad and diverse base of international clients continue to structure innovative debt capital markets solutions in and through Ireland. This result recognises the strength of their business and our continuing involvement in advising them in relation to their bond issues.".

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