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Bredin, Cillian

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Bredin, Cillian


Firm: Dillon Eustace
Position: Partner
Address: 33 Sir John Rogerson's Quay Dublin 2
Phone: +353 1 673 1889
Fax: +353 1 667 0042
Email: cillian.bredin@dilloneustace.ie
Personal URL: http://www.dilloneustace.ie/Our-People/Cillian-Bredin

Special Areas:

Cillian qualified as a solicitor in the Financial Services Group of Dillon Eustace in January 2008 and became a Partner in 2015. Cillian advises primarily in the area of investment funds and has advised clients on a wide range of legal and regulatory matters. Cillian has particular experience in the establishment of Alternative Investment Funds Managers Directive (AIFMD) compliant Qualifying Alternative Investor Funds (QIAIFs) as well as UCITS products (investment companies and unit trusts) and, more recently, on the establishment of Irish Collective Investment Asset-management Vehicles (ICAVs). Cillian was seconded to the Legal Department of a large US Asset Manager client based in London between 2011 and 2012 as well carrying out a secondment to the Dillon Eustace, Cayman Islands office in 2013. Cillian has also lectured in the Law Society of Ireland on investment fund related matters.

Projects:

- Advising a large US asset manager on the establishment of its Non-UCITS multi-sector Qualifying Investor Fund structured as an Irish Collective Asset-management Vehicle (ICAV) and providing on-going advices with respect to is Non-UCITS Qualifying Investor Fund master-feeder structures with a focus on high yield debt and employing Irish Section 110 companies for double taxation treaty access.

- Advising a UK domiciled AIFM on the establishment and authorisation of its first Qualifying Alternative Investor Fund focusing on the global equity markets.

- Providing on-going advices to a large sovereign Australian asset manager on its global fixed income UCITS as well as advising on both national and cross border legal and regulatory issues with respect to its global infrastructure focussed alternative investment fund structures.

- Advising a dominant UK asset manager on an on-going basis on its market leading Qualifying Investor Alternative Investment Fund platform with an investment focus on liability driven investment.

- Advising a well-known US private equity firm on the structuring and establishment of their first QIAIF focussing on investment in Irish property and property related assets.

- Advising a UK asset manager on its long/short equity UCITS Fund with advices to include the cross border registration of its offering across most European jurisdictions.

Qualifications:

Trinity College Dublin and the Law Society of Ireland