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Matheson sponsors the International Corporate Restructuring Summit 2015

AUTHOR(S): Tony O’Grady, Patrick Molloy
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Corporate Restructuring and Insolvency, Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution
DATE: 28.09.2015

Pictured at The CCD to launch the annual International Corporate Restructuring Summit were Frank Daly, NAMA, Tony O’Grady, Matheson, Tom Kavanagh, Deloitte, John Doddy, Deloitte, Patrick Molloy, Matheson and Danny McCoy, Ibec.

The seventh annual International Corporate Restructuring Summit in association with Matheson and Deloitte will take place at The Convention Centre Dublin on Friday, 2 October  2015. Chaired by Danny McCoy, CEO of Ibec, this half day summit will provide insight and expertise from high-calibre speakers on the current state of play in the sector and also provide up-to-date analysis of trends and an overview of the impact of new legislation. Also speaking at the event is Frank Daly, Chairman, NAMA, Tom Kavanagh, Partner, Restructuring Services, Deloitte, Patrick Molloy, Partner and Head of the Banking Group, Matheson and Michael Lee, Deputy Director and Head of Investment Origination & Co-Investment Partnerships, Ireland Strategic Investment Fund. 

Tony O’Grady, Partner, Commercial Litigation and Dispute Resolution Group with Matheson said, “The Summit gives those involved in the Restructuring and Insolvency sector an opportunity to discuss and debate the most significant trends in the market. The business and legal landscape has evolved enormously over the last couple of years and it is important that we analyse this evolution to enable those in this sector to plan for the future.”

For more information on the summit including details on how to register, please visit the Corporate Restructuring Summit website.  

 

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