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Mr Niall O'Brien
Banking and finance
Niall is a partner in Beauchamps’ Banking and Finance department. His practice includes the area of structured finance, real estate finance, fund finance, acquisition and leveraged finance and securitisation. He also has significant experience in the area of project finance (including PPPs). He acts for and advises banks, State bodies, financial institutions, and institutional commercial property investors on all aspects of financing and on all aspects of corporate law related to investment structures, including ICAVs, QAIFs and SPV structures.
Niall also works closely with Beauchamps market leading housing team.
- Member of the Law Society of Ireland
- Member of the Dublin Solicitors’ Bar Association
- Bachelor of Civil Law (University College Dublin, 1996)
- LLM in Commercial Law (University College Dublin, 1997)
- Solicitor (Law Society of Ireland, 2001)
Beauchamps LLP maintains a strong emphasis on real estate finance, including continued growth in residential property; notably social and affordable housing. The firm is making a further impression in off-balance sheet structures in the residential property space with banking and finance partner Niall O’Brien frequently working alongside commercial property partner Fidelma McManus on these matters. It continues to represent Ireland’s pillar banks, international lenders, a number of alternative lenders (including private equity houses), and a range of housing sector borrowers. Daniel Cashman heads the team and is building the firm’s standing amongst asset managers and alternative lenders; he has an extensive record in acquisition finance, construction finance, project finance and secured lending.
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- Banking and finance
- Commercial, corporate and M&A
- Dispute resolution
- Energy and natural resources
- Information technology
- Insolvency and corporate restructuring
- Public sector
- Real estate
- Data privacy and data protection
- EU and competition
- Intellectual property
- Planning and environment