LeBruin, a leading corporate finance and debt advisory provider, has today announced the hiring of Damien Conway, a dedicated Business Development Manager to focus on corporate finance opportunities outside of the Dublin market.
Based in the west of Ireland, Damien brings a wealth of experience to LeBruin, having worked in finance roles in London, Dublin and Canada, for a variety of companies including RBS, Ulster Bank and Merrion Capital Group. Damien will focus on opportunities in locations including Cork, Limerick and Galway, and will work closely with LeBruin’s Head Office in Dublin on the origination of new deal flow for LeBruin.
Commenting on the appointment, Tom Browne, Managing Director of LeBruin stated “The economic recovery in the Dublin market is well established, and is now spreading rapidly to other parts of the country. We believe there is a real need for clients in locations outside of Dublin to access funding, and strong investment opportunities for funders seeking to invest in these locations. We are delighted to welcome Damien to drive these opportunities forward for LeBruin and our clients”.
Today’s announcement represents further growth for LeBruin, which recently opened a dedicated office in London to strengthen ties with the funding community there. The company has also launched Origin Capital, a subsidiary which is focused on the provision of senior debt funding for commercial real estate opportunities in the Dublin market.
To arrange an appointment with Damien, please email email@example.com or call 087 4441266.
LeBruin is a leading Corporate Finance and Debt Advisory firm based in Dublin, Ireland. With offices in Dublin and London, LeBruin has a track record in delivering for clients in the areas of Funding, Debt Management and Debt Restructuring.
Independent and working only for its clients, LeBruin specialises in matching clients with new sources of funding, delivering effective solutions in the form of senior debt and equity finance across a range of business sectors. LeBruin has strong relationships with both traditional and non-traditional lenders in Ireland, the UK and USA. LeBruin also works with a number of equity funds who have a keen appetite to invest in projects, enabling us to meet our clients’ refinancing needs.
In addition, LeBruin facilitates debt restructuring agreements with NAMA, the banks and other creditors. In total, LeBruin has restructured over €6.5 billion of debt and has raised over €10 billion in new debt and equity for its clients since inception.
In April 2015, LeBruin launched a subsidiary, Origin Capital, a senior debt fund focussed on the Irish commercial property market.