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By Mary Dunne, Edward Miller, Colm Rafferty, Patrick Quinlan, Deirdre MacCarthy
It is expected that turnover thresholds which determine whether mergers and acquisitions are required to be notified to the Competition and Consumer Protection Commission in Ireland ("CCPC") will increase in line with the table below with effect from 1 January 2019.
By Emma Conaty, Stephen Reilly
On 4 May 2018, the CBI published the 30th edition of its AIFMD Q&As. The update concerns Q&A 1083, covering loan originating QIAIFs ("LQIAIFs") and reporting obligations under the Credit Reporting Act
By Emma Conaty, Stephen Reilly, Anna Lezanska-Toma
On 9 October 2018, HM Treasury published draft Statutory Instruments relating to UCITS and AIFs which are intended to come into effect should a no deal Brexit arise.
By Peter Stapleton, Stephen Carty, Eimear O'Dwyer, Ian Conlon, Ciara O'Leary, Maree Gallagher, Deirdre McIlvenna, Emma Conaty, Adam Donoghue, Pádraig Brosnan, Michelle Lloyd
Earlier this year the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") carried out an assessment of certain aspects of UCITS and RIAIF.
By Edward Miller, Patrick Quinlan, Colm Rafferty, Deirdre MacCarthy, Nigel Wilson
The Credit Reporting Act 2013 (the "CRA") established an official statutory register (the "Register") operated by the Central Bank of Ireland ("CBI") to record the amount of credit in the Irish economy.
By Andrew Quinn, William Fogarty, David Burke, Lynn Cramer, Colm Rafferty, Diarmuid Mawe
The Irish Minister for Finance presented Budget 2019 to the Dáil, the Irish Parliament, on 9 October 2019.
By Dale Crowley, Wanda Ebanks, Shari McField, Barnabas Finnigan
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) is responsible for the regulation of the aviation industry within the Cayman Islands.
By Dale Crowley, Wanda Ebanks, Shari McField, Barnabas Finnigan
Dale Crowley, Wanda Ebanks, Shari McField and Barnabas Finnigan provide an overview of aviation law in the Cayman Islands, including local registration, international finance transactions,
By Richard May, Ruairi Bourke, Chris Newton, Michael Gagie, Kieran Walsh, Matthew Roberts, Philip Ireland, Matthew Gilbert
As previously advised, all companies existing before 1 April 2016 (each an "Existing Company") were required to file particulars of their current directors with the Registrar of Corporate Affairs (the "Registrar").
By Tim Frawley, Martin Livingston, Tim Dawson, Anthony Webster, Paul Govier, Harjit Kaur, Tom Katsaros
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority issued a notice on 24 September 2018 regarding deadlines for the appointment and notification of Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Officers, Money Laundering Reporting Officers ...
By Kevin Harnett, Victor Timon
This chapter first appeared in ICLG's Legal Guide to: Cybersecurity, 1st Edition.
By Peter Stapleton, Stephen Carty, Eimear O'Dwyer, Ian Conlon, Ciara O'Leary, John Gallagher, Deirdre McIlvenna, Emma Conaty, Adam Donoghue, Pádraig Brosnan, Michelle Lloyd
The Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published its Feedback Statement on DP6 – Exchange Traded Funds on 14 September 2018 following consideration of feedback received from the exchange...
By Alex Hall Taylor, David Welford
There is no bar on private prosecutions for the vast majority of criminal offences; therefore, in theory, any authority or private party may prosecute.
By Martin Livingston, Adam Huckle
What authorities can prosecute business crimes, and are there different enforcement authorities at the national and regional levels?
By John Breslin
The settlement of a recent financial services regulatory enforcement action by the Central Bank of Ireland (CBI) highlights the interconnectedness of regulatory breaches.
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