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Mr William Carmody
William is the Head of the Financial Services team at Mason Hayes & Curran LLP. He represents financial institutions and corporate borrowers on a range of secured and unsecured lending transactions, including project finance, leveraged M&A, financing of commercial real estate investments and development, corporate working capital debt requirements and Irish law issues in multi-jurisdictional finance transactions. Will provides strategic advice in relation to complex debt restructurings and our clients’ analysis of finance and investment decisions.
Will has 19 years’ experience advising financial institutions on both the execution of their customer transactions and also providing strategic advice in relation to their own business requirements. Relying upon his in-depth knowledge of the loan market and financial services industry in Ireland Will advises clients in relation to their approach to specific risk and strategy considerations in respect of the execution of their business in Ireland.
Will’s project finance practice has a particular emphasis on the financing of renewable energy projects and he has advised project sponsors, bank funders and investors on the development of wind, solar and biomass electricity generation projects. He has also advised on the financing of infrastructure investment and development in the transport, health, telecommunications, education and accommodation sectors.
Law Society of Ireland.
University College Dublin (BCL).
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