Arthur Cox in Dublin has appointed five new partners at its Dublin office, beefing up its tax, asset-management, and investment-fund offerings.
Managing partner Brian O’Gorman said: “I am delighted to welcome the new partners, who will each play a role in the development of the firm and ensure that we continue to evolve and deliver the highest quality advice to our clients.”
Core business issue
“We have appointed 17 new partners since 2016, ten of whom are women. Gender diversity is a core business issue for us. Today, 33% of the firm’s partners are women.”
The new appointees are:
David Kilty, taxation partner, who advises domestic and international clients on a broad range of tax issues, including mergers and acquisitions, migrations, restructurings, re-organisations, structuring of intellectual property assets, financing transactions and tax disputes.
Órlaith Molloy, commercial property partner, working in commercial conveyancing, landlord-and-tenant matters, and acting for lending institutions in financing commercial property transaction.
Siobhán McBean, asset management and investment funds partner, advising on all legal and regulatory issues relating to investment funds and fund managers.
Conor McCarthy, corporate M&A partner, advising on all aspects of company law, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, corporate finance transactions, cross-border mergers and corporate reorganisations, and
Olivia Mullooly, technology and innovation partner, with extensive experience, advising on intellectual property, data protection and information technology matters.