Three new partners have been named at Arthur Cox. Brendan Wallace and Imelda Shiels will take up roles in the finance department, while Ryan Ferry becomes a partner in litigation and dispute resolution.
Managing partner Geoff Moore said: “The firm is committed to developing our lawyers and nurturing talent to ensure continuing high levels of expertise and client service.
“Each of these partners started their legal careers with Arthur Cox, and we look forward to their continued and growing contribution to the firm.”
Brendan Wallace advises a range of Irish and international clients on financial markets infrastructure, regulatory capital, trustee and agency law, securities regulation, and debt-capital-markets matters.
Imelda Shiels advises borrowers and financial institutions on a wide range of domestic and international finance transactions, including secured and unsecured lending, syndicate finance, acquisition finance, real-estate finance, development finance, working-capital finance and debt restructuring.
Ryan Ferry acts for clients on complex commercial disputes across a range of areas, including financial services, contractual disputes, shareholder disputes, property disputes, corporate crime, asset tracing, and cross-border jurisdiction and enforcement.