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DWF advises Castlehaven Finance on one of Irelands' largest development finance transactions

20 November 2020
DWF in Dublin has advised Castlehaven Finance, a leading provider of real estate acquisition and development finance, on one of the largest development finance transactions in Ireland this year.

The deal saw Castlehaven Finance enter into an agreement with Cosgrove Property Group to fund the delivery of a number of major residential schemes.

The DWF team was led by Banking partners Louis Burke and Ruairí Mac Cumhaill, supported by Sinead Finnerty and Sean Forsyth. The property due diligence was completed by partners Michael Neary and Fergus Hennessy, with support from Andrea McGurn. Chris Wheeler, Partner, also advised Castlehaven in relation to the construction documentation associated with the transaction. 

Louis Burke, Banking Partner at DWF in Dublin, commented, "We are delighted to have had the opportunity to assist Castlehaven Finance on this milestone deal, which further cements its position as one of the leading providers of development finance in this jurisdiction."

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