Sandra Egan is a Partner in our property department, having joined the firm in April 2013 from Arthur Cox Solicitors, where she worked since 2003.
Sandra specialises in advising on all aspects of commercial property, banking, insolvency and restructuring. Sandra’s extensive experience includes advising on acquisitions, disposals, financing, restructurings and property investment on behalf of state and semi state companies, financial institutions, corporate and individual clients, partnerships, educational and religious institutions, pension investment funds as well as many corporate clients who operate nationally and internationally.
Sandra advises financial institutions, receivers and liquidators on an ongoing basis in relation to enforcing security, restructuring and the sale and management of distressed property portfolios.
Sandra also advises on all aspects of landlord and tenant law including advising commercial and retail landlords and tenants in respect of the acquisition and disposal of their leasehold interest and providing management advice to landlords, tenants and asset managers.
Sandra served a six month secondment with NAMA in 2010 advising on all property and security related matters in the context of NAMA’s acquisition of the extensive loan books from the relevant banking institutions in the State.
- NUI, Galway, B Corp Law
- NUI Galway, LLB
- Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Applied Finance Law
- Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Commercial Conveyancing
- Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Employment Law
- Admitted to the Law Society of Ireland
Holmes O'Malley Sexton’s team was boosted by the promotion of Limerick-based Sandra Egan to the partnership, and the hire of Michael Carrigan, who joined the Dublin office from Eugene F. Collins. Egan, who heads the practice, was instructed by Dublin City Council on a number of matters including the acquisition of housing units.
Holmes O'Malley Sexton’s ‘approachable and proactively helpful team’ was active on a number of lender side deals for domestic banks and alternative lenders. Limerick-based senior associate Lisa Killeen is the main contact.
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Holmes O’Malley Sexton continued to provide transactional advice to a range of investment funds, corporates and state entities. The ‘approachable’ Sandra Egan in Limerick and senior associate Lorraine Power in Dublin are key contacts.
Finalist - Property, Planning and Probate Team of the Year 2015 and 2016
Finalist - Banking, Finance and Insolvency Team of the Year 2014 and 2015
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