Aideen Veale


Aideen is an Associate in the Commercial Real Estate team.

She has over 9 years’ experience both in private practice and inhouse in a semi-state and pillar bank working in the areas of commercial property, financial services, litigation & insolvency law, including:

  • Assisting in the transfer of a large number of commercial sites from a semi state company to one of its’ subsidiaries,
  • Reviewing and drafting commercial leases for landlords and tenants,
  • Advising on asset transfers, including challenging such transfers, under the provisions of the Land and Conveyancing Law Reform Act,
  • Detailed security and title reviews,
  • Advising on and remedying title the subject of security on loan portfolios,
  • Advising on various legal issues arising from the restructure of loans including banking regulation, legal risk and enforcement of debt,
  • Advising on various legislative and regulatory requirements under the Consumer Credit Act, SME Regulations and the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears
  • Advising on corporate and personal insolvency matters.

Experience highlights

  • Acting for a non-Irish company involved in complex Commercial Court proceedings.
  • Advising and drafting proceedings for client company involved in breach of contract arbitration proceedings.
  • Advising a client pillar bank on various legal matters relating to the restructure of a large portfolio of loans in line with strict Government and Central Bank targets and those set in accordance with its own business strategy.


  • Solicitor, Incorporated Law Society of Ireland
  • Bachelor of Business and Legal Studies, University College Dublin
  • Diploma in Insolvency and Corporate Restructuring, Incorporated Law Society of Ireland