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In the case of Ireland, ratification of the UPC agreement requires amendment of the Constitution and as such a referendum will need to be held.
Ireland
Intertrust
Patrick O'Brien, Global Head of Funds at Intertrust, reflects on the development and maturity of the financial sector in Ireland, and how Ireland ...
Dillon Eustace
The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Alternative Investment Funds Laws and Regulations, is a practical guide covering common issues
Maples Group
Maples Group is a leading service provider offering clients a comprehensive range of legal services for the British Virgin Islands
Matheson
Despite being an island nation on the periphery of Europe, Ireland has succeeded in becoming the leading destination for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Europe.
Dillon Eustace
Increasingly Ireland has proven to be the domicile of choice for asset managers seeking to establish investment funds to invest in Indian securities.
Matheson
We've listened to and read various commentary over the past 18 months as to the opportunities that exist for Ireland Inc in the context of Brexit and companies who as part of their Brexit contingency plan...
Crowleys DFK
Ireland enjoys an enviable reputation as a business-friendly location and it's not just global giants who reap the benefits, says Edward Murphy, Partner and Head of Tax Services.
Mason Hayes & Curran
By aligning the Irish State's much-needed infrastructure investment with a plan which guides public and private investment, Project Ireland 2040 aims to accomplish ten strategic outcomes.
Arthur Cox
From 26 February 2018 onwards, the first of a number of proposed new measures aimed at combatting delays arising from Court challenges to Strategic Infrastructure Developments ...
Matheson
Matheson has today welcomed the Irish Government's publication of the €116 billion National Development Plan (NDP), the most ambitious single capital spending plan it has ever published.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Ireland has a lot to offer foreign organisations. From our low corporate tax rate to our highly-skilled and flexible workforce, there are many reasons to bring your business to Ireland.
Matheson
The quota allocation arises from engagement between the Irish government and Chinese authorities and increases the range of investment options available to Irish domiciled managers...
Matheson
M&A activity in Ireland in 2015 was at its strongest in terms of deal value since 2008, with pharmaceutical and biotech-led deals accounting for the vast majority of transactions.
Matheson
Capital investment in Ireland's critical infrastructure is key against backdrop of Ireland's strong fiscal position and in advance of the British Government triggering formal Brexit talks by March 2017.
Maples Group
Ireland has long been a leading location for international companies establishing a European base for their operations.
Matheson
In the post-Brexit climate, Ireland's position as an English speaking gateway to one of the world's largest markets will be even more significant than in the past.
TMF Group
Ireland may not have large deposits of natural resources, gold or oil; yet, it is home to some of the world's leading companies across many key sectors. So why do companies invest in Ireland?
Mason Hayes & Curran
Welcome to the 37th issue of MHC Times. In this issue, we look at Ireland's relationship with Europe and what we have to offer as a country across various sectors.
TMF Group
In his latest blog on business in Ireland, our local Managing Director waxes lyrical about the lure of Dublin to the fast-rising tech companies of the world.
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