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  • Welcome Development in Irish Companies Act for Aircraft Leasing (05 July 2017)

    Under the Companies Act 2014 (the 2014 Act), Irish private limited companies may be incorporated as either a company limited by shares (CLS) or a designated activity company (DAC). The Companies (Accounting) Act 2017 (the Accounting Act) which came into force on 2 June 2017 included welcome amendments to the 2014 Act which impact the aircraft leasing community and the use of Designated Activity Companies for aircraft finance and leasing transactions. Prior to the Accounting Act, a company entering into the business of finance leasing needed to be a DAC entity rather than a CLS.

  • Ireland - Aviation Outlook for 2016 (16 January 2016)

    Ireland leads the way as an aircraft leasing jurisdiction and new developments for 2016 will further strengthen Ireland’s position. Ireland is already one of the most popular jurisdictions for aircraft leasing due largely to the fact that Ireland’s fiscal regime offers substantial advantages to the aircraft leasing industry.

  • Shipping Law in Ireland (24 July 2015)

    Catherine Duffy and Eileen Roberts, Partners at A&L Goodbody, provide an overview of shipping law, the shipping industry and legislative framework in Ireland.

  • Ireland - Aviation Outlook for 2015 (15 January 2015)

    Ireland leads the way as an aircraft leasing jurisdiction and new developments for 2015 will further strengthen Ireland’s position. Ireland is already one of the most popular jurisdictions for aircraft leasing due largely to the fact that Ireland’s fiscal regime offers substantial advantages to the aircraft leasing industry.

  • Central Bank - Review of the Regulatory Regime for the Safeguarding of Client Assets (27 March 2012)

    The Central Bank has published a Review of the Regulatory Regime for the Safeguarding of Client Assets (the Review) which outlines its plan to strengthen the protection of client funds through "tougher supervision, better rules, stronger audits, assumption of new powers and more accountability for firms' directors". (Matthew Elderfield)

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