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Matheson Sponsors the International Banking Conference

AUTHOR(S): Patrick Molloy
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Banking, Banking and Financial Services
DATE: 26.05.2016

Matheson is proud to sponsor the Federation of International Banks in Ireland (FIBI) annual conference ‘Navigating the New Banking Landscape’, which took place in Dublin earlier today.

Partner and Head of Banking Paddy Molloy, joined industry leaders and policymakers from across the international and domestic banking and financial services sector, for discussions on the challenges and opportunities facing the banking sector. Matheson’s partnership with FIBI, which is affiliated to Banking & Payments Federation Ireland, reinforces our strategic focus of serving the Irish legal needs of internationally focused companies and financial institutions.

Jonathan Lowey, FIBI Chairman and CFO of JP Morgan Ireland, welcomed delegates and introduced the keynote speaker Jose Maria Roldan, VP of European Banking Federation. This was followed by a panel discussion on regulation, supervision and policy.

Matheson’s Banking Group advises all major domestic financial institutions and has advised over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. Additionally Matheson’s Banking Group are consistently ranked in the top tier of international legal directories Chambers Europe and Legal 500 EMEA

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