Kevin G Conway

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Kevin Conway

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Kevin Conway is a tax partner in King & Spalding’s London Office.  He is a qualified solicitor in England and Wales.

Mr. Conway advises on the UK and international tax treatment and structuring of UK and cross-border corporate transactions including mergers, acquisitions, disposals, private equity funds (including Shari’ah compliant funds), LBO’s, real estate funds, partnerships, IPO’s, joint ventures and restructurings. 

In addition, Mr. Conway advises on the UK and international tax treatment of financing transactions including Shari’ah compliant financings, cross borders, including US/UK leasing transactions, project financing, syndicate financing, securitisations, real estate financing and capital markets, derivative, tier-one capital and structured finance transactions.  In particular Mr. Conway works closely with his US tax partners on resolving complex US and UK tax matters.

Mr. Conway’s clients include multi-national corporations, financial institutions, investment funds, real estate companies/investors/funds, domestic corporates, private equity, real estate and venture capital firms and their funds.

Mr. Conway is a graduate of University College, Dublin (NUI), and is a member of the Irish Taxation Institute and the Law Society of Ireland.  Mr. Conway has also lectured and tutored on tax topics at the Irish Law Society.  Mr. Conway is a regular contributor to various journals and periodicals on UK and international tax matters, and particularly on Islamic finance and private equity.  He practised law in Ireland from 1993 to 1997 and in the United Kingdom since 1997 having worked with one of the “Big Four” accountancy firms in London and more recently with one of London’s leading international law firms.

EDUCATION
B.C.L., with honors, National University of Ireland

ADMISSIONS
Law Society of England & Wales
The Roll of Solicitors of Ireland