The IFLR1000 Legal Guide has recently published its 32nd edition, covering the research period 2021-2022. In the directory, clients have praised Matheson as an "extremely thorough and professional organisation that is also very responsive to both my firm's needs as well as the needs of my clients." Other feedback highlighted "partner-led engagement while supported by a broad skilled team and "very technical and solutions-driven engagement."
You can review our rankings across Asset finance, Banking, Capital markets : Debt, Capital markets : Equity, Structured finance and securitisation, Financial services regulatory, Investment funds, M&A, Project development, Project finance, Restructuring and insolvency here.
Matheson is also pleased to announce that the following three senior associates have been ranked as rising stars Lawyers: Conor Lynch (Finance and Capital Markets), Kevin Mahony (Asset Finance) and Susan Carroll Chrysostomou (Corporate M&A) joining the Matheson lawyers already ranked for their expertise in the IFLR1000 Legal Guide.
Congratulations to all 41 Matheson lawyers ranked in this edition of IFLR1000. We would also like to take the opportunity to thank all of our clients who took the time to give feedback on our firm and their individual legal advisers to IFLR.
About our Rising Stars
Conor Lynch is a senior associate and advises on all aspects of corporate banking, with a particular focus on project finance, fund financings and leverage finance. Conor acts for a number of domestic and international banks and a wide range of corporate borrowers.
Kevin Mahony is a senior associate in the Asset Finance Group in the Finance and Capital Markets Department at Matheson and has advised many of the world’s leading financial institutions, aircraft lessors, aircraft owners and airlines located both in Ireland and throughout the world.
Susan Carroll Chrysostomou is a senior associate in the firm’s Corporate M&A Group with a particular focus on equity capital markets. In her transactional practice, Susan specialises in public M&A (both hostile and recommended) and corporate reorganisations and restructurings.
You can read more about the IFLR1000 review for the research period 2021- 2022 here.