Matheson opens new premises in Cork city centre

Matheson opens new premises in Cork city centre

Pictured (L-R): Taoiseach Micheál Martin with Matheson managing partner Michael Jackson and Cork head Gráinne Callanan

Taoiseach Micheál Martin joined Matheson at the official opening of its new state-of-the-art premises in Cork, located at Penrose Dock in the heart of the city centre.

The new riverside office, incorporating a mixture of shared offices, shared desk zones, staff canteen, client lounge and client meeting spaces, will be home to Matheson’s Cork-based team of 35 people led by partner Gráinne Callanan, who will continue working under a hybrid model.

The Taoiseach said: “I would like to congratulate Matheson on the opening of their new office in Cork city. As the city and broader region emerges from the pandemic and continues to grow, it is important that businesses, both indigenous and international, have access to the expertise they need to drive success.

“As a modern space located at the heart of the city, it is representative of the ambition of Cork and Munster region on the national and international stage, as a place to live and work.”

Michael Jackson, managing partner of Matheson, added: “The opening of our new Cork office, which was designed to facilitate and support hybrid and flexible working, marks a significant development for Matheson.

“The growth we have experienced since we first established an office in Cork in 2018 reflects the continued importance of Cork and the wider Munster region is a destination of choice for the world’s leading multinationals in sectors such as life sciences, med-tech, financial services, ITC, and cyber-security, as well as for many domestic Irish companies.

“The region is also home to some of the best legal talent in Ireland. We believe that our success in growing our Cork-based team is a positive reflection on both our commitment to our people strategy and on the quality of clients and transactions supported from our Cork office.

“We continue to plan for further expansion in Cork and look forward to continuing to grow our relationships with international and indigenous companies in the region.”

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