Gayle Bowen

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Pinsent Masons employs nine equity partners in Dublin. Photograph: iStock

Law firm Pinsent Masons made a profit of £546,000 (€599,000) per equity partner in its financial year to April 30th, equating to over £4.9 million (€5(...)

The Dublin office provides legal advice across financial services, property and energy & projects

International law firm Pinsent Masons, which opened a Dublin office late last year, has announced three new partners. The firm, which also has an off(...)

Gayle Bowen is  outgoing chair of the Irish Funds Legal & Regulatory Committee and currently sits on the Irish Funds Brexit Steering Group

International law firm Pinsent Masons has appointed Gayle Bowen as head of its Dublin office. She becomes the first female head of one of its internat(...)

The Central Bank is dealing with more than 180 active Brexit-related applications from firms looking to move operations to Dublin, Pinsent Masons estimated. Photograph: Alan Betson

The Central Bank, chastened by Ireland’s banking crisis, has been the subject of some criticism by financial and political types in the past year for (...)

From left, Ann Henry,  Richard Foley,  both from  Pinsent Masons, with Mary Buckley, executive director of the  IDA, at the opening of  the Pinsent Masons Dublin office at Windmill Lane. Photograph:  Mark Harrison

“You’d be nuts to disavow a whole class of talent,” says Richard Foley, chairman of the board and senior partner with Pinsent Masons, a global law fir(...)