Jenny Ahern Announced as New Head of Banking and Finance at LK Shields Solicitors

PUBLISHED: 5th May 2022

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Jenny Ahern joins leading corporate and commercial law firm LK Shields Solicitors as their new Head of Banking and Finance.

Jenny and her team will provide market-leading advice to both lenders and borrowers in large asset finance and corporate banking transactions.

Jenny Ahern is a corporate banking specialist with extensive experience in dealing with domestic and cross-border transactions involving multi-jurisdictional finance arrangements.  She is a trusted advisor to both lender and borrower clients on notable acquisition and leveraged finance transactions as well as a range of corporate lending, commercial real estate, development finance and fund finance transactions.  Her wealth of experience also includes advising on high-profile debt restructurings and significant portfolio acquisitions and disposals.  

Jenny has an excellent reputation in the marketplace and is highly recommended by independent legal directories Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 for her banking law expertise.  Prior to this appointment, Jenny was a key member of the banking team in one of Ireland’s top-tier firms.

Commenting on the appointment, David Williams, Managing Partner, LK Shields Solicitors said:

“We are delighted to welcome Jenny Ahern to the firm as a Partner and as the new Head of our Banking and Finance team.  Her expertise and experience will further augment our existing reputation in this area.  Under her strategic guidance, the team will continue to provide a compelling offering of high-quality advice, partner-lead service and pricing innovation.”

Jenny Ahern, Head of Banking and Finance, LK Shields Solicitors LLP said:

“LK Shields has a great reputation in the marketplace, and I look forward to working with colleagues and clients to build a best-in-class service offering for the Irish banking sector.”

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