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Matheson expands corporate team
Michael Jackson and David Fitzgibbon

23 Jan 2020 / corporate law Print

Matheson expands its corporate M&A team

Matheson has announced that David Fitzgibbon has joined the firm’s corporate M&A team as partner.

Fitzgibbon is one of Ireland’s most experienced M&A and capital markets lawyers, and has advised on many notable transactions. 

He specialises in corporate and securities laws and mergers and acquisitions, advising on public and private transactions as well as equity capital markets transactions and private equity.

Compliance

He also has extensive experience advising international clients on doing business in Ireland including advising on acquisitions, compliance and governance rules, corporate migrations, cross-border mergers, joint ventures and reorganisations.

Managing partner Michael Jackson. said: “David’s addition to our team reflects the considerable scale and momentum of the firm’s corporate practice and positions Matheson to further build on that momentum.

Pleased

David Fitzgibbon said “Matheson’s Corporate Department is one of the recognised leaders in the Irish legal market for complex domestic and international corporate transactions across all industry sectors.

"I am pleased to join the Matheson team, and I have already experienced the dynamic, collegiate and inclusive environment which Matheson is known for.”

Matheson advises seven of the top 10 global technology brands, six of the world’s 10 largest asset managers, and over half of the world’s 50 largest banks. 

Matheson is headquartered in Dublin and also has offices in Cork, London, New York, San Francisco and Palo Alto, employing over 730 people across its six offices, including 96 partners and tax principals and over 470 legal and tax professionals.

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