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Lyn Brennan leaves Big Apple to join William Fry

08 Jan 2019 / corporate law Print

Lyn Brennan leaves Big Apple to join William Fry

William Fry has hired in a new partner from New York.

Lyn Brennan joins the  banking and finance department  following the 2018 partner appointments of Padraig Kinsella and Jason Hollis, as well as Eoghan O'Tuama as head of listings.

Leveraged finance

Lyn Brennan joins the firm from Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy (New York), where she has worked for the last four years with a focus on leveraged finance for US and international corporates, banks and other financial institutions. 

Lyn previously worked in Dublin for A&L Goodbody and McCann FitzGerald, and also was seconded to the New York office of Goldman Sachs, and to the Dublin office of Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 


Rachel Stanton (head of banking and finance at William Fry) says: “This is an exciting appointment and one that will enable us to continue to grow.”

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