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Corporate Governance 2019
This chapter focuses on the corporate governance framework of an Irish public limited company whose equity securities are listed on a stock exchange
Ireland
6 Aug 2019
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Can A Director Or Member Of A Company Represent The Company In Court?
Can a director or member of a company represent the company in court? No, except in exceptional circumstances.
Ireland
3 Jan 2019
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EU General Court Clarifies Parental Liability Of Financial Investors For Competition Breaches
The European Commission imposed a fine of €104.6 million on Prysmian, the world's largest cable maker, for its participation in the cartel.
European Union
10 Dec 2018
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International Comparative Legal Guide To: Corporate Investigations 2017
An entity should firstly consider if there is an ongoing statutory or regulatory investigation and if so, how that might impact the decision to conduct an internal investigation.
Ireland
29 Mar 2017
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Central Bank Of Ireland Publishes Outcome Of Third Consultation On Fund Management Company Effectiveness (CP86)
The Central Bank has published: (i) its feedback statement on its third consultation on fund management company effectiveness; (ii) details of new rules on the location of directors and designated persons...
Ireland
3 Jan 2017
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How To Use The Summary Approval Procedure To Vary Company Capital On Reorganisations
A key innovation under the Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") is the summary approval procedure ("SAP").
Ireland
20 Jul 2016
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Share Capital Reduction In Ireland Under The Summary Approval Procedure
The Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") came into operation on 1 June 2015 and has introduced significant reforms in company law in Ireland.
Ireland
7 Jun 2016
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Validating Financial Assistance Using The Summary Approval Procedure
The Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") came into operation on 1 June 2015 and has introduced significant reforms in company law in Ireland.
Ireland
6 Jun 2016
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Companies Act 2014 – Converting An SPV To A DAC – Deadline Approaching
The Companies Act 2014 introduced two new company types: a new form of private company limited by shares (known as an "LTD") and the designated activity company (known as a "DAC").
Ireland
26 Apr 2016
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Capital Reductions In Ireland
New procedures for approving capital reductions are set out in the Companies Act 2014, which came into operation on 1 June 2015.
Ireland
22 Dec 2015
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Showing Utmost Contempt: Enforcing A Court Order Against A Company
If the company wilfully disobeys the court judgment/order, you can apply to the High Court to have it enforced.
Ireland
6 Nov 2015
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Companies Act 2014: Employment Law Issues
The Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") was enacted on 23 December 2014 and is expected to come into force on 1 June 2015.
Ireland
5 Mar 2015
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Compensation For Loss Of Office – Board Members Beware!
The recent controversies over exit packages paid to former Chief Executives has called into question the duties and responsibilities of Board directors who approve exit packages for departing directors.
Ireland
4 Mar 2014
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Update On UCITS Self-Managed Investment Company Business Plans
On 30 November 2012 the Central Bank published requirements relating to the business plans of UCITS self-managed investment companies.
Ireland
17 Dec 2012
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Legal Tips For Tech Start-Ups – June 2012
The Irish tech start-up scene has never been stronger.
Ireland
25 Jun 2012
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Establishing Special Purpose Vehicles In Ireland For Structured Finance Transactions
Ireland is a leading jurisdiction for the establishment of special purpose vehicles (SPVs) for structured finance transactions, particularly repackagings, securitisations, LPN structures, CLOs and CDOs, asset-backed commercial paper programmes, corporate and leverage finance structures, fund-linked structures, life settlement issues and a host of other receivables financing transactions.
Ireland
15 Jun 2012
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Examinership - Spring 2012
Examinership is a court enforced moratorium on creditor action which allows a brief period during which a company can be restructured.
Ireland
15 Feb 2012
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Ireland’s Holding Company Regime
Ireland has become one of the most attractive locations for the establishment of regional, intermediate and top holding companies of both listed and private multinational groups that are seeking to optimise their operational and fiscal performance.
Ireland
13 Oct 2011
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Guide To Irish Company Law - Formation And Registration Of Irish Companies, Branches And Places Of Business
The methods generally preferred by foreign investors to carry on business in Ireland are as set out in Table 1.
Ireland
30 Sep 2011
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Competition Law Compliance: Role Of Directors, Summer 2011
The detection and prosecution of cartel offences is one of the Irish Competition Authority’s main priorities.
Ireland
23 Aug 2011
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