Kathryn Waldron Hyden
Solicitor, Cork Office
Kathryn is a Solicitor, practising as part of the firm’s Banking and Finance group. She practices in a wide range of commercial and residential lending transactions including asset financing, development financing, and corporate inter-lending. Kathryn's clients include banks, non-bank lending institutions, and corporate borrowers, both domestic and international.
She also has experience drafting and negotiating loan and security documentation, ensuring compliance with pre-conditions, and arranging drawdown of facilities for a number of domestic banks.
University College Cork (BCL (Hons) Law and German) (LLM (Hons) Intellectual Property and E-Law)
Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland
They are an excellent firm with a solid market reputation– The Legal 500 (2022)
the lawyers always cut through the legalese, make clear recommendations and give us a clear way forward and are highly experienced and commercial in their approach. The firm has plenty of depth to call on and a wide breadth of experience– Chambers Europe (2023)
professional, diligent and with a strong knowledge of banking and finance– The Legal 500 (2022)
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