Mr Keith Waine > Dillon Eustace > Dublin, Ireland > Lawyer Profile

Dillon Eustace

Work Department

Financial Regulation


Partner, Head of Department


Keith is a partner and Head of the Financial Regulation team. He provides regulatory advice to domestic and international clients, including banks, broker-dealers, asset managers, payments & e-money firms, insurers and non-bank lenders.

Prior to joining Dillon Eustace, Keith spent 10 years working in senior executive roles at leading international banks and as Co-Founder and Chief Legal & Compliance Officer of an alternative mortgage lender. He began his career at Linklaters in London, where he qualified as a solicitor in 2002.

Keith holds the LCOI designation of the Association of Compliance Officers in Ireland and is a frequent author and speaker on financial regulatory topics. He is co-author of the Ireland Chapter of ‘Banking Regulation 2020’, a global comparative guide which can be accessed here.

Advising on a range of regulatory issues, including licensing, governance, anti-money laundering and prudential requirements, Keith aims to provide clear, practical solutions to help clients protect, manage and grow their businesses within complex and fast changing regulatory environments.


University College Dublin, Law Society of Ireland, Law Society of Wales and England

Lawyer Rankings

Ireland > Insurance

Dillon Eustace‘s wide-ranging insurance practice covers transactions and contractual arrangements, regulatory matters and insurance defence engagements. The firm is particularly noted for insurance disputes, including professional indemnity claims, maritime and transport-related disputes, and business interruption cover cases. Experienced litigator John Doyle  heads the department, which includes consultant Kieran Cowhey, a specialist in aviation and product liability cases. Fellow consultant Andrew Bates and partner Keith Waine  are prominent figures in insurance regulatory issues. John O’Riordan and Peter Bredin are key names for professional indemnity, product liability, business interruption and coverage disputes.