At Matheson, we work with many of the world's leading financial institutions, including over half of the world's 50 largest banks and the leading global insurers, and almost one third of Irish domiciled investment funds.
We are ideally placed to advise your business, whatever the challenge. Our ability to assist clients on a range of financial services issues is further strengthened by the fact that Matheson has offices and lawyers on the ground in key financial and commercial hubs including; Dublin, Cork, London, New York, Palo Alto and San Francisco.
Financial institutions operate in a dynamic and rapidly-changing environment. Our team can help guide you through an increasingly complex regulatory landscape. To keep pace, financial institutions need timely and accurate legal advice from a broad range of dedicated experts. Our Financial Services team has extensive industry sector knowledge and so can offer the best value for clients.
At Matheson, we understand the needs of our clients. We regularly advise the world's leading international banks, securities and derivatives trading houses, broker dealers, investment managers, Irish banks, alternative lenders, investment funds, leasing companies, insurance companies and other financial services firms operating in Ireland.
The size of our firm and quality of our lawyers allows our team to consider issues across a number of key areas, helping businesses approach issues in a commercial and effective manner. The Financial Services team draws on the expertise of a number of key practice groups throughout the firm including asset management, finance and capital markets, fintech, insurance, mergers and acquisitions, regulatory investigations, risk management, tax and technology. The wide ranging experience on offer at Matheson means our clients are provided with end-to-end solutions for their commercial needs.
Our Financial Services team has the know-how and capability to guide clients on niche areas such as compliance, white collar crime, public policy issues and regulatory sanctions. Please click on the relevant area in the related expertise menu to speak to a member of that team.
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