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A Guide To Non-Life Insurance Regulation In Ireland
The key driver of insurance regulation over the past 30 years has been Ireland's membership of the European Union.
Ireland
1 Nov 2016
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Irish SPVs Holding Financial Assets Secured On Irish Real Estate – Proposed Legislative Amendments
On 6th September the Irish Minister of Finance announced proposed amending legislation to Section 110 of the Taxes Consolidation Act...
Ireland
9 Sep 2016
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Holding Companies In Ireland - August 2016
Ireland has become a destination of choice for holding companies due to its capital gains participation exemption, generous foreign tax credit system, membership of the EU...
Ireland
24 Aug 2016
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Establishing A Business In Ireland
Ireland is one of the best countries in the world for business. This is largely due to successive Irish governments and their agencies promoting inward investment, Ireland's membership of the EU...
Ireland
2 Aug 2016
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Cayman Beneficial Ownership System – Business As Usual, But Faster
The Cayman Government has announced that it has signed an agreement with the United Kingdom to make enhancements to its beneficial ownership system.
Cayman Islands
15 Apr 2016
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Aviation Finance - Ireland And The Cayman Islands As Key Locations
Dillon Eustace is a leading law firm focusing on financial services, banking and capital markets, insurance regulation, corporate and M&A, insolvency, litigation and dispute resolution, real estate and taxation.
Ireland
20 Mar 2013
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Ireland as a Domicile for Special Purpose Vehicles
Ireland has emerged as a favoured location for special purpose vehicles ("SPVs") that are used in many financial transactions including securitisation, asset repackaging and financing transactions. In particular, Irish SPVs are being increasingly used as investment vehicles, whether that is for private equity, credit opportunities, distressed debt, life settlements etc.
Ireland
7 Oct 2010
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Client Newsletter Spring 2010 – Tax - Finance Act 2010
The Minister for Finance made reference in his Budget in December, 2009 to the importance of the financial services industry and his intention to introduce changes to enhance the competitive position of the Irish Financial Services industry.
Ireland
 
19 May 2010
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Ireland’s Tonnage Tax Regime
Ireland boasts a very attractive tax regime for shipping operations known as the tonnage tax regime. It is designed to ensure that shipping businesses based in Ireland pay tax on a nominal profit which is based on the tonnage of a vessel as opposed to on actual profit generated by the business.
Ireland
9 Dec 2009
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Further Enhancements To Ireland’s Intellectual Property Regime
In a welcome move which the Irish Government had flagged in the budget, Ireland’s latest Finance Bill introduces a scheme of capital allowances (tax depreciation) on capital expenditure incurred by companies on acquiring certain specified intangible assets.
Ireland
29 Oct 2009
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Holding Companies In Ireland
Ireland has long been a destination of choice for holding companies because of its low corporation tax rate of 12.5%, its participation exemption and the general ability to pay and receive dividends free of withholding tax.
Ireland
11 Feb 2009
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Ireland As A Domicile For Special Purpose Vehicles
Ireland has now emerged as a favoured location for special purpose vehicles (SPVs) which are used in many financial transactions including securitisation and asset repackaging transactions.
Ireland
1 Feb 2008
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