Top tier legal experts advising domestic and international clients on a broad range of banking and finance matters.
We understand the sector-specific fundamentals of the markets in which our clients operate. This is where our skillset adds real value to our clients.
In recent years Philip Lee’s banking and finance lawyers have advised on some of the most high-profile finance transactions completed in the Irish market.
We are recognised as leaders in the areas of project finance (including PPP and strategic infrastructure), media finance, development finance, real estate finance and acquisition finance.
We advise most of the financial institutions, alternative lenders and international funds that are active in the Irish market. We also have significant experience in advising large corporate clients on securing funding from their lenders.
Other areas where our clients seek our advice include:
- Loan portfolio sales (both buyers and sellers)
- Strategic security enforcement
Responsive, proactive and practical.
Chambers Europe, 2021
News and insights
Individual Accountability Framework Bill published
Key Contacts: Simon O'Neill - Partner | Maria Kinsella - Partner Our update on the newly published Central Bank (Individual Accountability Framework) Bill 2022, introducing business standards for Regulated Financial Services Providers (“RFSPs”), conduct standards...
A Guide to the Senior Executive Accountability Regime: Part 1 Conduct Standards Explained
Key Contracts: Simon O'Neill - Partner | Marie Kinsella - Partner The proposed Senior Executive Accountability Regime (SEAR) prescribes minimum standards of behaviour and conduct for financial services firms and persons carrying out controlled functions and...
Philip Lee announces two partners in its banking and finance group
Philip Lee is pleased to announce the appointment of Louis Burke and Ruairí Mac Cumhaill as partners in its banking and finance group. The appointments represent an important step in Philip Lee’s continuing expansion and further strengthen its position in the Irish...