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Matheson partners address International Corporate Restructuring Summit

AUTHOR(S): Tony O’Grady, Patrick Molloy
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency, Banking, Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution
DATE: 17.09.2014

The sixth annual International Corporate Restructuring Summit took place at the Conference Centre Dublin on 17 September 2014. The event, which was sponsored by Matheson, was chaired by economist Dan O’Brien.

The well attended conference was addressed by Matheson partners Tony O’Grady and Patrick Molloy. Other summit speakers included Brendan McDonagh of NAMA, Brendan O’Connor of AIB, Fabrizio Grena of Goldman Sachs, Tom Kavanagh of Deloitte and Eddie Byrne of Hudson Advisors Ireland Limited.

The conference discussed the latest trends in corporate restructuring in Ireland and internationally. Tony O’Grady said, “As the Irish economic picture improves, the appetite for loan portfolios amongst international investors continues to grow. Ireland is now one of the most active European loan sale markets and many US investors now see Ireland as one of the prime target markets for loan acquisitions in Europe”.

Tony O’Grady is a partner with Matheson’s Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency Group and joint head of Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group. Patrick Molloy is head of Matheson’s Banking Group.


Left to right: Tony O’Grady of Matheson; Brendan O’Connor of AIB; Tom Kavanagh of Deloitte.

Further information on the summit is available at www.corporaterestructuringsummit.ie

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