Gavin Coleman



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Gavin Coleman is director of the financial administration services and compliance team at Matheson.

Gavin has gained extensive experience advising on all aspects of a company secretarial nature to a wide range of the leading Irish and international financial institutions, investment banks and asset management companies carrying on business in Ireland or through Irish vehicles. Gavin has provided company secretarial advice in a variety of domestic and cross-border corporate, commercial and financial services transactions and matters. Gavin's work consists of direct involvement in all matters of a company secretarial nature on such transactions and other company law compliance matters.

Gavin and his team provide a comprehensive and quality company secretarial, company law compliance, and corporate governance best practice service and are responsible for the maintenance of the statutory records and public filings for many of the leading Irish and international financial institutions, investment banks, asset management companies, UCITS and non-UCITS investment companies, private limited companies, unlimited companies and companies limited by guarantee.

Gavin is a member of the ICSA and the Institute of Directors in Ireland.


Ulster University (MSc Management and Corporate Governance)
Law Society of Ireland (Diploma in Applied Finance Law)
Waterford Institute of Technology (National Higher Certificate in Legal Studies)
Waterford Institute of Technology (Honours Diploma in Business and Legal Studies)

Related Practice Areas
Matheson Asset Management and Investment Funds Group

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