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­clarelaceyClare Lacey

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Clare.Lacey@dilloneustace.ie

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NAME: Clare Lacey

TITLE: Senior Associate

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OFFICE: Dublin

PRACTICE AREA: Real Estate

EDUCATIO­N: NUI Galway and Law Society of Ireland. BA (History and Legal Science) and LLB (NUIG); Diploma in E-Commerce and Diploma in Finance Law (Law Society).

PROFILE: Clare joined Dillon Eustace in 2012. She previously worked as a Senior Associate in the Commercial Property Department in another leading law firm. Clare advises on all aspects of Commercial Property Law including the acquisition, development, property financing and leasing of industrial/ office/ retail units and green field sites. Since joining Dillon Eustace Clare has advised bidders and purchasers in all aspects of property due diligence and property finance in relation to a number of loan portfolio acquisitions. Further she has advised financial institutions and their appointed Receivers on the management, leasing and disposal of distressed assets.

She also acts for a number of Banks on the property side of financing and re-structuring transactions.

REPRESENTATIVE ACTIONS:

  • Project Kildare. Due diligence, acquisition and property finance of an Irish loan book secured on property portfolio with a nominal value of €675,000,000 for a substantial purchaser.
  • Advising on the disposal of the distressed assets to include public houses, hotels, retail and industrial units by way of auction, tender or private treaty on behalf of Receivers or where the Vendor is selling in its capacity of mortgagee in possession.
  • Advising Dilosk Ireland Limited in its acquisition of the ICS mortgage broker business from Bank of Ireland including a portfolio of residential mortgages valued at in excess of €200,000,000.
  • Project Tempest. Advising Deutsche Bank on the property aspects in the refinance of the Treasury Building.
  • Project Purple. Advising OCM Luxembourg on the property aspects of the refinance and loan on loan of Airside South Quarter, Airside Retail Park.



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