Tara Doyle

Matheson - Ireland

Partner and Head of the Asset Management and Investment Funds Department

Dublin

+353 1 232 2221

Highly regarded

English
French


Bar admissions:

Ireland

Jurisdictions:

Ireland

Practice areas:

Investment funds

Industry sectors:

Investment management


Tara practises Irish financial services law and advises many of the world's leading financial institutions, investment banks, asset management companies, broker-dealers and corporations carrying on business in Ireland or through Irish vehicles. Tara has extensive experience in advising a wide range of domestic and international clients on the structuring, establishment, marketing and sale of financing and investment vehicles and products in Ireland and other jurisdictions.

Diversity is a core value at Matheson and building a diverse and inclusive workplace is a key strategic business priority for the firm. Our Commitment is the roadmap for the firm’s Diversity and Inclusion strategy with the initial focus on the core areas of multiculturalism and social mobility; gender; generational; family and working parents; disability and LGBTQ+.  The firm has already been recognised by the Irish Centre for Diversity and awarded their Investors in Diversity Gold Standard and Investors in Diversity Silver Standard. Tara is also a member of the Diversity and Inclusion Steering Committee.

Tara’s recent advisory work has been focused on Matheson’s clients’ Brexit planning, including obtaining the necessary Irish regulatory approvals and establishing additional Irish domiciled fund products.  Tara also advised extensively in relation to the Central Bank of Ireland’s closet tracker review and the risk mitigation programmes issued to various industry participants.  Tara currently leading the Irish Funds Working Group on ESG and sustainable finance and the Irish industry implementation of the EU Sustainable Finance Action Plan.

  • Law Society of Ireland

  • International Bar Association, 100WHF
  • Chair of Irish Funds for 2017/2018
  • Council Member of Irish Funds

  • LLM, London School of Economics
  • LLB, Trinity College Dublin