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Three Matheson Partners Shortlisted for Women in Business Law Awards 2016

AUTHOR(S): Sharon Daly, Tara Doyle
PRACTICE AREA GROUP: Insurance and Reinsurance, Asset Management and Investment Funds, Finance and Capital Markets
DATE: 09.05.2016

Matheson has been shortlisted for five Euromoney Europe Women in Business Law Awards 2016 as follows:

  • Irish Law Firm of the Year
  • Best in Banking and Finance: Libby Garvey
  • Best in Investment Funds: Tara Doyle
  • Best in Insurance and Reinsurance: Sharon Daly
  • National Firm Mentoring Programme

Matheson Partners from three distinct practice areas, are shortlisted for individual awards at Euromoney’s Europe Women In Business Law Awards.

Banking Partner Libby Garvey is shortlisted for the best in banking & finance award, Head of Insurance Sharon Daly has been named a finalist for the best in insurance & reinsurance award, and Head of Asset Management and Investment Funds Tara Doyle receives a nomination for the best in investment funds category, only the second year this industry sector has been included.

Separately, Matheson is nominated for the Irish law firm of the year award, and also for the national firm mentoring programme award. The awards, given by Euromoney Legal Media Group which comprises a wide range of international legal publications, recognise firms for their efforts in ensuring that women advance in the legal profession. In March 2016, Matheson announced that diversity in the workplace forms a key business initiative to ensure we support the growth and development of our existing female workforce, and to continue to attract the top talent in the future.

The winners will be announced during an awards ceremony in London’s Jumeirah Carlton Tower on Thursday 16 June 2016.


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