Mr Fintan Clancy > Arthur Cox > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile
Arthur Cox Offices
10 EARLSFORT TERRACE
- Go to...
Mr Fintan Clancy
Fintan specialises in tax. He represents companies on the tax issues arising from transactions such as acquisitions, disposals, reorganisations, migrations, securitisations, IP on-shoring and financings.
Fintan advises multinationals, investment funds, banks and insurance companies in relation to insurance, financial and structured products. He navigates a path through tax disputes and tax litigation for clients. Previously, Fintan worked in a City of London law firm and a New York headquartered law firm.
Irish Funds Industry Association, Member of Taxes Committee; Member of the UK Chartered Institute of Taxation (1999); Law Society of England and Wales, non-practising (1998); Law Society of Ireland (1997).
LLB, 1994, Trinity College, Dublin.
Lawyer Rankings(Hall of Fame)
Arthur Cox acts for international banks, government bodies and multinational public companies, with particular expertise in advising US-listed Irish companies. Corporate transactions, including cross-border M&A and corporate migrations, are a key area of work, as well as tax disputes and the acquisition and disposal of Irish commercial real estate portfolios. The practice has also been highly active advising on CLO, CMBS and RMBS deals. The team is led by Fintan Clancy, who has extensive experience advising on the tax aspects of corporate transactions. Caroline Devlin has expertise in advising Asian clients on establishing in Ireland; Ailish Finnerty has a notable US client base and is experienced in intangibles planning; and recently promoted partner David Kilty has expertise in international M&A and innovative finance structures.
Top Tier Firm Rankings
- Banking and finance
- Capital markets
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Data privacy and data protection
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources
- EU and competition
- Healthcare and life sciences
- Information technology
- Insolvency and corporate restructuring
- Investment funds
- Media and entertainment
- Pensions and employee benefits
- Planning and environment
- Projects and PPP
- Public sector
- Real estate