Arthur Cox promotes David Kilty to tax partner
Arthur Cox has announced the appointment of five new partners at its Dublin office, further strengthening the firm’s expertise in tax, asset management and investment funds, corporate M&A, commercial property and technology and innovation.
David Kilty – Partner, Tax
David advises domestic and international clients on a broad range of tax issues, including those relating to mergers & acquisitions, migrations, restructurings, re-organisations, structuring of intellectual property assets, financing transactions and tax disputes.
- Advising a number of leading investment banks such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Barclays, Citi, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley on repack programmes and Irish loan portfolio transactions
- Advising managers such as Apollo, AXA, Blackstone, Carlyle, Chenavari and KKR Avoca on CLO transactions
- Advising a number of other arrangers and managers on the establishment of Irish originator platforms for CLOs and advising on a series of CLOs utilising these structures
- Advising on a wide range of finance transactions across various asset classes in jurisdictions including the US, Canada, China, Germany, Russia, the UK and Poland
- Advising CRH plc on its acquisition of assets from Lafarge and Holcim for €6.5 billion and associated €3 billion bank finance and €1.6 billion share placing
- Advising Tyco International on its $20 billion merger with Johnson Controls
- Advising International Paper on its bud for Smurfit Kappa
- Advising a number of domestic and international clients on Ireland’s intellectual property regime, including advising the on-shoring of intellectual property assets from other jurisdictions into Ireland
- Advising the Depository Trust Company of New York (DTC) on Irish legal and stamp duty aspects of Irish companies listing on US stock exchanges
- Representing clients in corporation tax and capital gains tax disputes before the Irish High Court and the Tax Appeals Commission