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  • Why Ireland won’t budge on corporate tax cut

  • Irish loan portfolio sales and acquisitions

    Conor Hurley and Jonathan Sheehan of Arthur Cox explain why Ireland is the ideal location for investment and explain why the country’s tax regime makes it the best location for structuring an acquisition, whether Irish or international.

  • Executive remuneration in Ireland

    The issue of executive remuneration is a hot topic around the world with governments keen to reduce executive packages and bonuses. Olivia Lynch of KPMG explains how Ireland is treating this topic through the use of the recently introduced special assignee relief programme and why the country wants to be the number one destination for foreign direct investment in Europe.

  • International tax planning and anti-avoidance

    With governments seeking to raise additional tax revenues to plug budget deficits, tax authorities are seeking to introduce and apply general anti-avoidance (GAA) legislation. Robert Henson and David Burke of Mason Hayes & Curran explain why a recent Irish Supreme Court decision has implications for multinational corporates doing business in and through Ireland.

  • Why Ireland continues to attract asset management business

    Martin Phelan and Niamh Keogh of William Fry Tax Advisors – Taxand describe how Irish fund structures achieve tax neutrality, and the relatively few administrative hurdles that exist.

International Correspondents