1721 briefings from 411 companies
The Central Bank of Ireland published has new fitness and probity standards for a person performing a prescribed “controlled function” or “pre-approved controlled function” in entities in Ireland that are regulated by the Central Bank. This briefing explains what the standards mean for those people.
Published:13 October 2011
The Irish Government is taking steps to make the country more attractive for fund management company re-domiciliations. This article – exclusively for Legal Week - outlines the process and touts the pro-enterprise nature of the jurisdiction.
Published:30 April 2010
The Irish Government will shortly pay e50bn (£44bn) to its banks for loan books that were previously valued at e77bn (£67bn). Largely classed as land and development loans, around e19bn (£17bn) is secured against UK property. This report – exclusively for Legal Week – asks how did it come to this?
Published:29 April 2010
Business Area:Real Estate