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Walkers
On 19 December 2019 the European Commission (the "Commission") issued a consultation document on an EU framework for markets in crypto-assets (the "Consultation").
Arthur Cox
1.In May 2019, the UK Jurisdiction Taskforce ("UKJT"), a subsidiary of the UK's LawTech Delivery Panel, issued a consultation paper on the status of cryptoassets and smart contracts in English ...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
According to the EU, AI constitutes one of the biggest challenges of our time; it is transforming the world we are living in, and the way we approach it will define our society of tomorrow.
Ireland
Matheson
1. Intellectual Property Rights are often High Value Assets: Lenders will want security and rights over the most valuable assets of a borrower.
Mason Hayes & Curran
Keeping up to date with evolving trends in the technology space helps organisations stay competitive. While many are focussing on areas such as artificial intelligence
Arthur Cox
While the Irish Government has, to date, remained largely silent on its attitude towards cryptocurrencies, the Irish Department of Finance issued a Discussion Paper on Virtual Currencies and...
Ronan Daly Jermyn
A degree of trust between parties is required in legal transactions. However, if an immutable record of data existed, we could eliminate this dependency on others.
Mason Hayes & Curran
As a basic level, blockchain technology creates a shared digital ledger of transactions that a number of participants manage, with no central entity controlling.
Walkers
Partner Eoin O'Connor, consultant Niall Esler and associate Bill Laffan have provided detailed legal insight for Ireland's FinTech industry. Discussing the FinTech market, regulatory regimes, fund administors, technology, among other FinTech themes.
Arthur Cox
Blockchain presents certain challenges to GDPR compliance but innovative approaches can also present potential solutions to many of the GDPR's most challenging requirements.
Arthur Cox
On 19 November, the Central Bank published a two-part paper, entitled "Outsourcing – Findings and Issues for Discussion" arising out of a recent cross-sectoral study of outsourcing activities
Maples Group
There have been a number of developments over the quarter:
Arthur Cox
While the Irish Government has, to date, remained largely silent on its attitude towards cryptocurrencies, the Irish Department of Finance issued a Discussion Paper on Virtual Currencies...
Arthur Cox
Taking a pro-active approach to the development of FinTech in Ireland is at the heart of the Central Bank's new innovation hub and expanded industry engagement programme.
Arthur Cox
For those seeking certainty on the current and future regulatory framework for virtual currencies in Ireland, two recent publications indicate a willingness on the part of the Government ...
Matheson
European Commission Announces Proposals in Fintech Action Plan
Arthur Cox
Initial Coin Offerings are very risky for consumers as they are highly speculative in nature, and firms should consider if their ICOs require regulation – these are the key themes from recent ICO-related alerts...
Mason Hayes & Curran
Businesses wanting to stay relevant and ahead of the curve need to keep an eye on evolving tech trends. Advancement in technology and an evolving legal climate in 2018 ...
Mason Hayes & Curran
PSD2 was transposed into Irish law by the European Union (Payment Services) Regulations 2018 (the 2018 Regulations).
Matheson
In our first investment funds law newsletter for 2018, Matheson's Asset Management and Investment Funds Department would like to brief you on a number of recent developments and upcoming regulatory deadlines.
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