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Eoin O'Leary

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Eoin is an Of Counsel of Maples and Calder's Asset Finance team in the Maples Group's Dublin office. He advises on all aspects of aircraft finance and leasing and has particular experience advising operating lessors and financial institutions on aircraft acquisitions and sales, debt financing aircraft, ECA financing, the establishment of aircraft funding platforms and ABS structures.


Eoin joined the Maples Group in 2016 and was seconded to the Hong Kong office from 2018 to January 2020. Prior to joining the Maples Group, Eoin worked for a number of years at another offshore law firm in Guernsey where he focused on banking and asset finance including aircraft, fund and property finance. Eoin trained in a commercial law firm in Dublin, qualifying in 2014.


Member of the Law Society of Ireland



Asset Finance


Bar admissions

2014 - Admitted as a solicitor in Ireland

2014 - Admitted as a solicitor in England and Wales (not practising)


National University of Ireland, Galway, BA (Joint Honours), Legal Science and Economics, 2005

National University of Ireland, Galway, LLB, 2006

Universities of Hamburg, Bologna and Manchester, LLM, European Masters in Law and Economics, 2007

Law Society of Ireland, Diploma in Aviation Leasing and Financing, 2014


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