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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.
By Kieran Cowhey, Laura Butler
On 10 January 2017 the Irish Government was presented with and approved the Cost of Insurance Working Group's "Report on the Cost of Motor Insurance".
By Tara O'Callaghan
The ISE listing rules and various EU Directives impose a number of ongoing reporting obligations on funds listed on the Global Exchange Market (the "GEM").
By Tara O'Callaghan
The ISE listing requirements and various EU Directives impose a number of ongoing reporting obligations on funds listed on the Main Securities Market (the "MSM").
By John O'Riordan
If the Central Bank makes a decision that a regulated entity does not agree with then, provided they are a person who is affected by that decision, they may lodge an appeal with IFSAT...
By Dillon Eustace
On 13 October 2016, Commission Delegated Regulation (EU) 2016/438 regarding the obligations of UCITS funds, their relevant management companies and their depositaries...
By Dillon Eustace
On 5 October 2016, the Central Bank published the NST DPM and Taxonomy - Version 1.1.0 (the "Release") followed by the publication of Hotfix on 10 November 2016.
By Brian Dillon
These important announcements recognize Ireland's position as a leading cross-border funds centre and also signal a strengthening of the financial services links between Ireland and China...
By Cillian Bredin, David Walsh
Following on from its third and final consultation on Fund Management Company Effectiveness Managerial Functions, Operational Issues and Procedural Matters ("Third Consultation") issued in June 2016...
By Brian Dillon
Work was already underway prior to the launch of the Shanghai Stock Connect to create the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Stock Connect (the" Shenzhen Stock Connect").
By Cillian Bredin, Kate Curneen
‘Brexit' could result in British banks being unable to sell their services throughout the EU – and international financial institutions might scale back their operations and move elsewhere.
By Muireann Reedy
A good example of the increased tendency by the Central Bank of Ireland, to use its enforcement powers, in tandem with its supervisory powers is its recent settlement with Springboard Mortgages Limited...
By Peter Bredin
The Irish Supreme Court has recently considered the compensation to which a lender is entitled from a solicitor who misapplies monies advanced on foot of an undertaking.
By Breeda Cunningham, Michele Barker
On 15 November 2016, the Department of Finance (the "Department") published the European Union (Anti-Money Laundering: Beneficial Ownership of Corporate Entities) Regulations 2016 (the "AML Regulations")...
By Dillon Eustace
It has been 16 years since the first ETF came to market in Europe. Assets under management in the European ETF market reached €473.6 billion at the end of July 2016.
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