An EU directive aimed at harmonizing Member State restructuring and insolvency laws (the "Directive") was published in the Official Journal on June 26, 2019 and entered into force on July 16, 2019.
The Legal 500 and The In-House Lawyer have published their Comparative Legal Guide for Ireland on Restructuring and Insolvency.
The Central Bank has published its Report on the Effectiveness of the Code of Conduct on Mortgage Arrears in the context of the Sale of Loans by Regulated Lenders, in response to the Minister for Finance's request...
Assets under management of Irish alternative investment funds (AIFs) are at an all-time high.
Insolvency and restructuring proceedings in Ireland are primarily governed ...
It has become a frequent feature for Irish companies seeking court protection through examinership to provide a written undertaking at the petition stage that it will discharge in full post-petition taxes ...
Irish corporate law and, in particular, restructuring and insolvency law, is both creditor-friendly and flexible, featuring processes that facilitate rescue and restructuring of corporate groups with complex structures.
Robin McDonnell, Saranna Enraght-Moony and Karole Cuddihy provide an analysis of current economic conditions and insolvency case developments in Ireland.
Continued growth in revenue, profitability and headcount, a sharp focus on technology and less restructuring are key findings in the PwC 2015 Chief Finance Officers' Survey launched today.
Ken Fennell of Deloitte was appointed examiner of Ladbroke (Ireland) Ltd and a number of its related companies (collectively the "Companies").
The Finance Bill 2013 introduces a number of provisions that impact on the VAT treatment of transactions involving liquidators, receivers and mortgagees in possession.
This is the third edition of RegBrief, the quarterly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Financial Regulatory Group.
The courts recently considered the issue of enforceability in Ireland of an order if made
by Swiss courts in Swiss liquidation proceedings.
This is the second edition of RegBrief, the quarterly bulletin of the Arthur Cox Financial Regulatory Group.
An Irish company may agree to provide a creditor with fixed charge over a specific asset to secure compliance by the creditor with its obligations under a loan agreement with a creditor.
In a recent decision the High Court clarified the scope of the Montreal Convention in terms of the claims which may be brought under it before the Irish courts.
The Civil Law (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 2011 was signed into law on 2 August 2011. With certain exceptions, all of the provisions of the Act are in effect from that date.
LK Shields Solicitors acted for the Secretary of State for the Department of Business Innovation and Skills of the Government of the United Kingdom (the Secretary of State) in a Supreme Court Appeal which raised a succinct technical point in a liquidation.
Following the European Commission’s recent publication of "Level II" implementing measures for the Alternative Investment Fund Managers Directive (AIFMD), the alternatives industry finally has sufficient certainty to commence meaningful analysis on how business models will be affected. One