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  • Evolving with the market - the rise and rise of Irish finance vehicles

    The Irish government and revenue authorities continue to refine the tax regime for finance vehicles. The changes can only help to boost the appeal of the structures, believe Fintan Clancy, Caroline Devlin and Conor Hurley of Arthur Cox

  • The Irish solution to the asset pooling dilemma

    A new regime for common contractual funds is on the way in 2005. The tax and legal changes are expected to be in place by April, according to Deirdre Power of Deloitte

  • Ireland's 12.5% corporation tax regime: two years in operation

    John Ryan and Catherine Galvin of Matheson Ormsby Prentice provide an overview of the regime, discuss the types of new business that has been attracted to Ireland and outline some of the issues that have arisen since its inauguration in 2003

  • Ireland is securitization's rising star

    The tax features of securitizing assets through Ireland give the country many advantages in establishing a worldwide reputation for this type of transaction, argue Enda Faughnan and Harry Gleeson of PricewaterhouseCoopers

International Correspondents