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By Andrew Bates
The Central Bank (Supervision and Enforcement) Act 2013 (Section 48(1)) (Investment Firms) Regulations 2017 were signed by the Central Bank Deputy Governor on February 28, 2017...
By Andrew Bates
The Central Bank has, on March 6, 2017, isssued Consultation Paper 107 (the "CP") on the protection of retail investors in relation to the distribution of contracts for difference ("CFDs").
By Peter Bredin, Kieran Cowhey
The Court of Appeal has published its decision in SPV Optimal Osus Limited v HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Ireland) Limited & Others (Unreported, Court of Appeal, 2 March 2017)...
By Derbhil O'Riordan, Christine Holland
The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority ("CIMA") has issued the third edition of its Supervisory Issues and Information Circular (the "Circular").
By Kieran Cowhey, Laura Butler, Elaine Healy
The Supreme Court in Russell v The Health Service Executive (Unreported, Supreme Court Determination, 1 February 2017) [2017] IESCDET 10 has refused to hear an appeal on the discount rate...
By Donnacha O'Conner
As the clock ticks down towards the 1st March 2017 deadline for implementing the EMIR variation margin exchange requirements, we recap on the main requirements.
By Donnacha O'Conner
Ireland has a well-established reputation as a leading funds centre, being home to 6,470 regulated investment funds as of December 2016 according to the Central Bank of Ireland...
By Kieran Cowhey, Rachel Turner, Laura Butler
On 19 January a Private Members Bill entitled the Consumer Insurance Contracts Bill 2017, which is largely based on the Law Reform Commission's Report on Consumer Insurance Contracts...
The Cayman Limited Liability Companies Law (‘LLC Law') was formerly introduced on 8th July 2016 and is expected to be used for a broad range of structuring situations.
By Breeda Cunningham, Michele Barker
Under the GDPR, certain data controllers and data processors will need to appoint a Data Protection Officer
By Breeda Cunningham, Michele Barker
The Central Bank's Fitness and Probity Regime (the "Fitness and Probity Regime")1, applies to regulated financial service providers ("RFSPs") which include banks, insurance companies...
By David Walsh, Donnacha O'Conner
Loan originating QIAIFs must now limit their operations to issuing loans, participating in loans, participations in lending and to operations relating thereto, including investing in debt and equity...
By Jennifer Fox
Following earlier consultations (in December 2014 and April 2016), ESMA has now issued an opinion to EU regulators on the extent to which share classes of the same UCITS fund can differ from one another.
By Muireann Reedy
On 18 January 2017, the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published a Press Release concerning a Prohibition Notice it issued to an individual under its Fitness and Probity regime...
By Cillian Bredin, Kate Curneen
Britain is currently the largest financial services centre in the world, according to the Global Financial Centres Index of March 2016.
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