Hazel Doyle is a partner in the firm’s Dublin office and a member of the Asset Management and Investment Funds practice. With more than a decade of experience in the funds industry, Hazel's practice covers the full spectrum of advisory and regulatory aspects of the Irish funds industry. Hazel advises clients on the establishment and on-going operation of Irish regulated investment funds and on the legal and regulatory developments impacting such investment funds. She has strong experience in UCITS regulation, in particular ETFs and also has significant experience in AIFs authorised under the Irish AIFMD regime. Hazel also counsels service providers within the investment funds sector on their operations in Ireland and their regulatory obligations such as corporate governance, capital, and anti-money laundering requirements.
Hazel is an active industry participant, she previously served on the ETF Working Group for the Irish Funds Industry Association and has extensive experience advising asset managers on the structuring and establishment of Irish domiciled funds, including Undertakings for the Collective Investment in Transferable Securities (UCITS) and Alternative Investment Funds (AIF), pursuing a broad range of investment policies and mandates.
Hazel recently contributed to the Irish Funds Association response to the Department of Finance’s Consultation Paper on the Funds Sector 2030 Review and is a previous member of the ETF Working Group for the Irish Funds Industry Association. Hazel is a regular contributor to fund publications on matters such as the Central Bank’s Individual Accountability Framework Regime.