DAC Beachcroft appoints Ronan McLoughlin as real estate partner

DAC Beachcroft appoints Ronan McLoughlin as real estate partner

Pictured (L-R): Real estate associate Sinéad Hennessy, partner and location head Lisa Broderick, and new real estate partner Ronan McLoughlin

International law firm DAC Beachcroft has announced the appointment of Ronan McLoughlin as a real estate parter in Dublin.

The appointment, the first at a partner level this year, brings the firm’s partner count in Dublin to 11, following three partner appointments in its 10th anniversary year in 2019.

Mr McLoughlin has significant experience advising on both commercial and residential property matters, ranging from acquisition, development, sales, leasing and property management to property aspects of mergers and acquisitions, project work and financing.

His clients are both domestic and international, operating across all sectors, and include investors, developers, occupiers, and funders.

Lisa Broderick, partner and location head for Dublin, said: “We are continuing to invest in expanding our offering to meet the needs of our clients. Ronan’s hire adds heavyweight transactional real estate capabilities to our team, perfectly complementing our existing corporate and commercial offering and our ability to offer a fully integrated, seamless service for our clients.

“Further strengthening our real estate practice has been a priority for us, and Ronan brings considerable experience with him. He is very well known in the local Irish market and well respected in his field. We are delighted to welcome him to DACB.”

Mr McLoughlin added: “I’m very pleased to be joining DACB and am looking forward to working with the team at what is an exciting time for the firm in Dublin.

“Ireland’s commercial property market continues to perform strongly and there are significant opportunities both for clients and the firm. With its truly international reach and wider corporate offering, DACB is a great place for me to further develop our expertise and commercial property practice.”

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