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Markets In Financial Instruments Act 2018 – Sanctions Specified For Certain Offences Under The Mifid Regulations
The recently enacted Markets in Financial Instruments Act 2018, sets out maximum sanctions available for certain offences under the European Union Regulations 2017 where a person is convicted on indictment.
Ireland
23 Nov 2018
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A Guide To Selling Regulated Investment Funds In Asia
Ireland, over the last quarter of a century has become a major hub for cross-border distribution.
Worldwide
9 Nov 2018
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Financial Sanctions: The Enforcement Regimes Which May Apply To Your Company
Following President Trump's recent confirmation that U.S economic sanctions on Iran will be reinstated, Muireann Reedy looks at the penalties ...
Ireland
3 Jul 2018
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Brexit - EU Commission Issues Notice To Stakeholders In The Asset Management Industry
The European Commission (the "Commission") has issued a notice to stakeholders in the asset management industry on some of the main legal and regulatory repercussions arising ...
European Union
20 Feb 2018
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Central Bank's Brexit FAQ
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.
Ireland
22 Aug 2017
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The Dust Slowly Settles - Brexit And Your Business
On 23 June 2016, the UK voted in favor of leaving the European Union.
European Union
2 Aug 2016
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The Transatlantic Trade And Investment Partnership
TTIP envisages the creation of a common commercial environment between the two blocs leading to considerable joint economic benefits, as well as reinforcing well-established links between the EU and the US.
European Union
23 May 2016
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Irish Funds Grasp QFII And RQFII Opportunities
The pace of change in respect of particularly the RQFII scheme has continued as the Chinese authorities continue to liberalise access for foreign investors.
Ireland
1 May 2014
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Shanghai - Hong Kong Cross-Border Share Trading Plan
The China Securities Regulatory Commission and the Hong Kong Securities and Futures Commission have approved the development of a pilot programme.
Hong Kong
1 May 2014
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Method Of Obtaining Evidence In Ireland
Due to the increase in global trade and international commercial transactions it has become increasingly evident that important evidence required for proceedings outside of Ireland will often be located in Ireland.
Ireland
24 Oct 2012
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ECJ Ruling On Unisex Insurance Premiums
The European Court of Justice (the "ECJ") has ruled that Article 5(2) of Council Directive 2004/113/EC (the "Directive") is invalid with effect from 21 December, 2012.
Ireland
4 Apr 2011
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European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority
The European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Authority ("EIOPA") replaces the Committee of European Insurance and Occupational Pensions Supervisors (CEIOPS) with effect from the 1 January 2011.
Ireland
24 Jan 2011
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Irish Stock Exchange adopts New Rules in relation to Corporate Governance
On the 17 December 2010, the Irish Stock Exchange ("the ISE") published the new Listing Rules ("the Rules") which require Irish listed companies to comply or explain against additional corporate governance provisions which arise from the recommendations contained in the report on Compliance with the Combined Code on Corporate Governance by Irish listed companies ("the ISE/IAIM Commissioned Report").
Ireland
24 Jan 2011
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UCITS IV
The European Council voted on 22 June, 2009 for the adoption of the UCITS IV Directive (the "Directive"), as already adopted by the European Parliament in plenary session on 13 January, 2009.
Ireland
13 Jan 2011
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The New E-Money Directive in Ireland
On 16 September 2009, the European Council and of the Council of Ministers adopted Directive 2009/110/EC (the "new E-Money Directive").
Ireland
12 Aug 2010
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Article 82 And Public Health Bodies Considered
In deciding whether or not to impugn national public health bodies for abusive anti-competitive practices under article 82 of the EC Treaty, national and supranational courts are required to balance the need for effective competition in the internal market against a requirement to respect member state sovereignty in areas falling outside the full competence of the Community.
European Union
29 Sep 2008
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A New Regime For Reinsurance Regulation In Ireland
The Irish reinsurance industry, though perhaps not particularly well known to the general public, is large and represents a significant amount of the reinsurance business written worldwide.
Ireland
3 Apr 2008
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The Insurance Mediation Directive – Transposition Challenges And Pitfalls
The Government’s second attempt to transpose the Insurance Mediation Directive must this time give full effect within the Irish jurisdiction to the rights and obligations vested in service providers and consumers under the directive.
Ireland
11 Mar 2008
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Enforcement Of Foreign Judgments In Ireland
On the 22nd December 2000, the European Council agreed the Regulation to replace the Brussels Convention on Jurisdiction and Enforcement of Judgments 1968 ("the Brussels Convention"). The purpose of the Regulation was to bring the law contained in the Brussels Convention into the main body of EC Law.
Ireland
1 Feb 2008
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The EU Pensions Directive – Considerations For Transposition
The Pensions Directive represents a tentative move by Europe’s legislators to harmonize cross-border provision and regulation of financial services in the pension sector.
Ireland
8 Oct 2007
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