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By Jamie Ensor, David O’Shea
Woods v Ulster Bank Ireland Limited, Meagher and Trueick has provided some welcome clarity around issues relating to the appointment of a receiver by lenders.
By Muireann Reedy
As part of any settlement under its Administrative Sanctions Procedure (the ASP), the Central Bank of Ireland (the Central Bank) expects a breach to be admitted.
By Kate Curneen, Peter Bredin, John O'Riordan
The status of a judgment mortgage as against an executed charge that was registered later in time in the Property Registration Authority has been clarified by Keane J. in Larianov Foundation v...
By Conor Houlihan, Kate Curneen
Crowdfunding involves individuals and businesses, in particular start-ups and SMEs, raising finance, usually in small monetary amounts from multiple sources, rather than by means of...
By Dillon Eustace
Since the global financial crisis, both international and domestic financial services sectors have seen ever increasing levels of regulation and inspection and more intrusive and robust regulatory interventions.
By Brian Kelliher, Brian Higgins, Derbhil O'Riordan, Tara O'Callaghan, Fionnán Gannon
In light of the continued significant growth of Exchange Traded Funds ("ETFs") in recent years, the Central Bank of Ireland ("CBI") has today published a discussion paper on ETFs.
By Paul Breen, Laura Butler
The recent decision of the High Court in Dardis v Poplovka [2017] IEHC 249 highlights the fact that while costs generally follow the event the court can look behind the rule and exercise its discretion...
By Paul Breen, Laura Butler
The recent decision of the High Court in Dardis v Poplovka IEHC 249 highlights the fact that while costs generally follow the event the court can look behind the rule and exercise its discretion in awarding costs.
By Kieran Cowhey, Laura Butler
New Rules hot off the presses in relation to amendments to the Personal Injuries Act 2003 Rules of the Superior Courts (Personal Injuries Assessment Board Act 2003) 2017 (SI No 186 of 2017).
By Kieran Cowhey, Paul Breen, David Kavanagh, Laura Butler, Lorna Kennedy, Elaine Healy
On 28 March 2017 the President of the High Court issued a new practice direction.
By Kieran Cowhey, Peter Bredin, John O'Riordan, David Kavanagh, Laura Butler
The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court ruling that there was a general principle of good faith in Irish commercial contract law in its ruling in Flynn v Breccia [2017] IECA 74.
By Brian Kelliher, John Kennedy, Michael Tansley
The Ucits product has been hugely successful since its inception in 1985. According to the European Fund and Asset Management Association...
By Tara O'Callaghan, Helen Daly, Fionnán Gannon
It is now over a year since the ISE extended the scope of its successful GEM to investment funds in response to industry concerns relating to the impact and application of the SAD to those funds...
By Matt Mulry, Jonathan Law, Derbhil O'Riordan
This briefing outlines the key steps which will need to be addressed by Cayman funds and their managers and general partners in order to ensure compliance with the Cayman CRS Regulations.
By Matt Mulry, Jonathan Law, Derbhil O'Riordan
We will be contacting our clients in order to advise as to the applicability of the new laws and regulations and any next steps that will need to be taken.
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