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By Muireann Reedy
The Financial Action Task Force ("FATF") has published its Fourth Mutual Evaluation Report on Ireland's anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing system ("AML/CTF"), based on its 2012 Recommendations
By Andrew Bates, Breeda Cunningham
Following a public consultation on a proposed new minimum competency regime late last year, the Central Bank has published an updated Minimum Competency Code
By Muireann Reedy
The European Central Bank (the "ECB") has fined Permanent tsb Group Holdings plc ("PTGH") €2.5 million for breaching two ECB decisions which imposed specific liquidity requirements on it.
By Conor Houlihan
Ireland had a unique advantage compared with the Italian banks, however. Most Irish NPLs were backed by real estate, while Italian NPL portfolios are a mix of resi­dential and commercial mortgages....
By John O'Riordan, Muireann Reedy, Aidan Heffernan, Laura Butler
Two new pieces of legislation, which have recently been signed into law by the President, change the landscape of consumer complaints and make important changes to the offices of the Financial Services...
By John O'Riordan, Rachel Turner
Shareholder disputes are often a common and unavoidable part of the commercial world and can arise in a variety of circumstances. If these disputes are not dealt with in the right manner,
By Andrew Bates
The Irish Central Bank has issued a Brexit related FAQ document providing general information to financial services firms considering relocating their operations from the UK to Ireland.
By Rachel Turner, Kieran Cowhey, Laura Butler
Lagan had instructed Ben McArdle Ltd to procure a policy of professional indemnity insurance in respect of their civil engineering business.
By Matt Mulry, Jonathan Law, Derbhil O'Riordan
There are many options available to the start up manager to establish a track record and build the scale required to attract capital from key institutional investors across the globe.
By Shane Geraghty
On 4 May 2017, the European Commission (the "Commission") published its proposal to amend the European Market Infrastructure Regulation ("EMIR").
By Dillon Eustace
Ireland, over the last quarter of a century has become a major hub for cross-border distribution. It is one of the leading EU "exporting" jurisdictions for investment funds
By Breeda Cunningham, Rose McKillen
Consent continues to be a lawful basis for processing personal data under the General Data Protection Regulation.
By Andrew Bates
As anticipated in its prior cross-sectoral opinion issued at the end of May, the European Securities and Markets Authority ("ESMA") has, on July 13, 2017...
By Peter Bredin, John O'Riordan
With less than a year to the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (the "GDPR") it is important to consider the potential consequences for data controllers and data processors in the event of a breach.
By Andrew Bates, David Higgins
Amongst the various responses and Ministerial decisions referenced in the Department of Finance's Feedback Statement on its public consultation on MiFID II national discretions...
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