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NAME:  Sean Murray 

TITLE:  Tax Partner

OFFICE: Dublin


EDUCATION:  Dublin City University, the Irish Taxation Institute and the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland.

PROFILE:  Sean joined Dillon Eustace in 2004 and became a partner in 2007.  Sean previously worked as a tax manager in the financial services department of PricewaterhouseCoopers. He advises on various aspects of financial services from a tax perspective including investment management, structured finance, real estate, banking, leasing and private equity.  He is Vice Chair of the Irish Funds Industry Association Tax Committee (Chairing the Finance Bill Sub-Committee) and a Member of the Irish Debt Securities Association.


Sean Murray is praised by sources for his "exceptional technical tax knowledge." He specialises in advising clients from the financial services, real estate and private equity sectors on a range of taxation issues and has particular expertise in cross-border issues involving the USA and Ireland. [Chambers 2018]

Sean Murray is a tax consultant who advises on a range of taxation issues involving financial services, real estate investment and private equity. Clients appreciate he is "creative in resolving issues" [Chambers 2017]

Sources say: "I have been very impressed with his work. He is extremely clued-in." [Chambers 2016]


  • Advises on numerous investment fund (UCITS and Non-UCITS) set-ups including Common Contractual Funds, Fund of Funds, Master/Feeder Fund structures for simultaneous sale to U.S. and non-U.S. investors as well as numerous Fund/SPV structures  for the purposes of investing tax efficiently by gaining access to Ireland’s double tax treaty network.
  • Advises on onshore/offshore fund reconstruction and amalgamations including the first re-domiciliation of an investment trust from the Cayman Islands to Ireland where upon migration the investment trust was authorised as a QIF by the Central Bank pursuant to the Unit Trusts Act, 1990.
  • Advising one of Europe's leading listed commercial property company’s in respect of a €1 Billion Facility.
  • Advises a leading Russian bank in a variety transactions including, secured lending facilities, RMBS transaction, and a synthetic loan transaction.
  • Advising on the establishment of a secured obligation programme.
  • Advising an aircraft leasing company in connection with the acquisition and financing of a number of aircraft.