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By Diarmuid Mawe, Craig Kenny
Irish law was historically based on old legislation which predates the establishment of the Irish State in 1922, such as the Conveyancing Acts, 1881–1911 and the Settled Land Acts, 1882–1890.
By Peter Stapleton, Stephen Carty, Eimear O'Dwyer, Ian Conlon, Ciara O'Leary, John Gallagher, Deirdre McIlvenna, Emma Conaty, Adam Donoghue, Pádraig Brosnan, Michelle Lloyd
The Criminal Justice (Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing) (Amendment) Act 2018 (the "Act") transposes the majority1 of the Fourth Money Laundering Directive (EU) 2015/849 ("4MLD") into Irish law
By Dale Crowley, Wanda Ebanks, Shari McField, Barnabas Finnigan
The Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands (CAACI) is responsible for the regulation of the aviation industry within the Cayman Islands.
By Andrew Quinn, David Burke
Corporate Tax 2019
By Andrew Quinn, Peter Stapleton, Johan Terblanche, James O'Neal
Since the UK referendum on EU membership, there has been a large degree of uncertainty around the impact this will have on the UK and greater Europe as well as the potential ripple effects that will be felt globally.
By Richard May, Martin Livingston, Adam Huckle, Brandon Doffing, Anna Whaley
Sanctions Orders are extended by Statutory Instrument to the British Overseas Territories, including the British Virgin Islands and the Cayman Islands,
By Nick Harrold
Traditionally risk-averse Japanese institutions are massively rebalancing their portfolios and moving into alternative investments at record rates.
By Alasdair Robertson
IFLR1000 has released its 2019 guide to the world's leading financial and corporate law firms, with Maples and Calder achieving top tier rankings across its jurisdictions.
By Caroline Moran, Nick Herrod
Partner Caroline Moran and of Counsel Nick Herrod look at the circumstances in which utilising Cayman Islands debt restructuring proceedings can maximise value for distressed debt investors
By Jonathan Green, Tim Coak, Luke Stockdale
Asset management vehicles established in the Cayman Islands can generally be divided into two distinct groups:
By Jonathan Green, Tim Coak, Luke Stockdale
Asset management vehicles established in the Cayman Islands can generally be divided into two distinct groups:
By Richard May, Richard Spooner
The British Virgin Islands (BVI) has for many years been at the forefront of international corporate structuring for cross-border transactions.
By Suzanne Correy, Daniel Lee
The Cayman Islands is recognised as one of the world's leading global financial services centres. M&A activity is therefore largely driven by global rather than regional or national trends. Global M&A volume and value declined in 2017.
By Ian Conlon, Aaron Mulcahy
In this article, Ian Conlon and Aaron Mulcahy highlight what makes the ICAV such an attractive legal structure for AIFs and how its introduction has seen the expansion of strategies being pursued.
By Peter Stapleton, Stephen Carty, Ian Conlon, Eimear O'Dwyer, Ciara O'Leary, Deirdre McIlvenna, John Gallagher, Emma Conaty, Andrew Quinn, William Fogarty, Ciaran Cotter, Adam Donoghue, Pádraig Brosnan, Michelle Lloyd
There have been a number of developments over the quarter:
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