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By Peter Stapleton, Stephen Carty, Eimear O'Dwyer, Ian Conlon, Ciara O'Leary, John Gallagher, Deirdre McIlvenna, Emma Conaty, Gerry Brennan, Adam Donoghue, Pádraig Brosnan, Michelle Lloyd
On 10 May 2018 the Central Bank of Ireland (the "Central Bank") published CP120: Second Consultation Paper on the Corporate Governance Requirements for Investment Firms and Market Operators.
By Wanda Ebanks, Barnabas Finnigan, Mark Western
Maples and Calder's Cayman Islands-based Asset Finance team recently advised CHC Helicopter with respect to its application to be licensed to operate in Cayman Enterprise City's ("CEC") Maritime & Aviation City.
By James Scanlon
In other words, the employer is not required to strip away the essential tasks of the disabled employee's role.
By Mary Dunne, Nicholas Cole
On 28 March 2018, the Irish Court of Appeal gave judgment on an appeal against the High Court's refusal to order discovery of parts of a successful tender in a public procurement process ...
By John Breslin
The CBI recently published its 2017 annual report. It is essential reading for Irish finance services regulatory advisers, and for any entity with a business presence in Ireland in the banking and financial services sector.
By Pádraig Brosnan
In the latest episode of Billions to air on Netflix, Axe Capital's CIO Taylor Mason proposes launching an entirely new strategy emblazoned with ‘ESG' on the cover of the slide deck.
By Andrew Quinn, William Fogarty, David Burke, Lynn Cramer, Fearghal McVey
In this edition of the Maples Tax Update, we examine a number of current Irish and international tax issues:
By John Dykstra, Abraham Thoppil
The insurance market in the Cayman Islands is divided into domestic business, captive insurance, special purpose vehicle (SPV) insurance and commercial reinsurance.
By Richard May, Philip Ireland, Matthew Roberts, Matthew Gilbert, Sarah French, Michael Gagie
The British Virgin Islands is a well-established jurisdiction of choice for international businesses, and has long provided innovative legal structures for cross border trading and investment activity.
By Scott Macdonald, James Reeve
Formalities. In order to create an enforceable debt obligation of the obligor to the seller: (a) is it necessary that the sales of goods or services are evidenced by a formal receivables contract;
By John Breslin, Nollaig Murphy, Callaghan Kennedy, Alan O'Sullivan
The Minister for Justice announced on Tuesday (29 May 2018) that a new bill will be drafted to provide further protections for mortgagors facing repossession proceedings.
By Richard May, Christopher Capewell, Tim Dawson, Tim Frawley, Patrick Head, Martin Livingston, Alasdair Robertson, James Turner, Tahir Jawed, Nick Harrold, Harjit Kaur, Heidi de Vries, Michael Gagie, Andrew Quinn
Pursuant to an industry advisory dated 29 May 2018, the DITC has made announcements with respect to the availability of the AEOI Portal over the coming months and with respect to...
By Matthew Gilbert, Greg Knowles, Richard May
In this chapter we will focus on the popularity of BVI companies as listing vehicles on international stock exchanges, including the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, the London Stock Exchange...
By Suzanne Correy, Daniel Lee
The Cayman Islands Stock Exchange ("CSX") was founded in 1996. The CSX has listed more than 4,000 securities and maintains a market capitalisation of more than US$190 billion.
By Andrew Quinn, William Fogarty
The Irish Revenue published new technical guidance on 24 May 2018 relating to companies falling within the scope of section 110 of the Irish Taxes Consolidation Act 1997 (known as "section 110 companies").
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