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Corporate Governance 2019
This chapter focuses on the corporate governance framework of an Irish public limited company whose equity securities are listed on a stock exchange
Ireland
6 Aug 2019
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The Rules Of Engagement – The Revised Shareholder Rights Directive And Its Impact On Asset Managers And Institutional Investors
Enhanced transparency requirements in relation to shareholder engagement and investment strategy to apply to asset managers and institutional investors from June 2019.
European Union
29 May 2019
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Oppression Proceedings In Private
Can litigants avoid a public hearing of a shareholder oppression action?
Ireland
16 Nov 2018
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Central Bank Streamlines Its Review Procedures For UCITS And Retail Investor AIFs
The Central Bank has introduced changes, effective 9 October 2018, to its fund authorisation/approval and post-authorisation requirements for UCITS and Retail Investor AIFs
Ireland
17 Oct 2018
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Exchange Traded Funds – Central Bank Feedback Statement On DP6
The Central Bank today has published its feedback statement following the responses of stakeholders to its 2017 discussion paper.
Ireland
17 Sep 2018
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Guide 2 Shareholder Oppression In Quasi-Partnerships
Oppression of a minority shareholder is often carried out through otherwise lawful actions of the majority in exercise of their strict legal rights.
Ireland
10 Sep 2018
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Equity Capital Markets In Ireland: Regulatory Overview
There are three principal equity markets in Ireland, the Main Securities Market (MSM), the Enterprise Securities Market (ESM) and the Atlantic Securities Market (ASM) ...
Ireland
6 Sep 2018
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Shareholder Oppression: An Introduction
It is not uncommon for interpersonal conflicts to disrupt the boardroom and cause damage to an otherwise successful business.
Ireland
31 Aug 2018
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Non-Party Pays The Price
Arthur Cox acted on behalf of First Active plc, as now substituted by Ulster Bank Ireland DAC.
Ireland
6 Aug 2018
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The Legal 500: 2nd Edition M&A Comparative Guide
The Legal 500 and The In-House Lawyer have published their Comparative Legal Guide for Ireland on Mergers & Acquisitions.
Ireland
8 Mar 2018
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Global Legal Insights: Fund Finance 2017
Global Legal Insights has published its guide to Fund Finance 2017, with Arthur Cox authoring the chapter for Ireland.
Ireland
3 Mar 2017
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Merger Control 2017
The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Merger Control 2017 has recently been published. Merger Control covers common issues in merger control laws and regulations...
Ireland
22 Nov 2016
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Share Capital Reduction In Ireland Under The Summary Approval Procedure
The Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") came into operation on 1 June 2015 and has introduced significant reforms in company law in Ireland.
Ireland
7 Jun 2016
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Validating Financial Assistance Using The Summary Approval Procedure
The Companies Act 2014 (the "Act") came into operation on 1 June 2015 and has introduced significant reforms in company law in Ireland.
Ireland
6 Jun 2016
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The Small Business, Enterprise And Employment Act 2015: The Persons Of Significant Control Register
The Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act 2015 (the "Act") has recently created a new administrative obligation for UK companies, whereby a register of the people with "significant control"...
UK
26 May 2016
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Companies Act 2014 – Converting An SPV To A DAC – Deadline Approaching
The Companies Act 2014 introduced two new company types: a new form of private company limited by shares (known as an "LTD") and the designated activity company (known as a "DAC").
Ireland
26 Apr 2016
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Capital Reductions In Ireland
New procedures for approving capital reductions are set out in the Companies Act 2014, which came into operation on 1 June 2015.
Ireland
22 Dec 2015
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Companies Act 2014 – Compensation For The Oppressed
Minority shareholders may now be awarded compensation by the courts for wrongs suffered at the hands of majority shareholders. This change, brought about by the Companies Act 2014, is a further powerful weapon in the armoury of a wronged shareholder of which both minority and majority shareholders should be mindful.
Ireland
17 Aug 2015
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