- Insurance Ireland and DIMA in talks to merge
DIMA, Ireland's international insurance industry association, is in talks to merge with Insurance Ireland which represents 95 per cent of the Irish domestic insurance market.
- Irish funds NAVs rise 5.6 per cent in Q3 2016
The Net Asset Values of Irish-resident investment funds rose 5.6 % in the 3rd quarter of 2016 due to strong investor inflows and positive portfolio revaluation (in both debt and equity funds) latest Central Bank statistics show.
- Exploring Brexit: Could US-style parallel fund structures be an answer for UK funds worried about passporting?
UK funds, many with Dublin UCITS platforms, face uncertainty regarding distribution in the EU. Richard Street explores one possibility.
- IDA Ireland has launched a new Brexit-focused digital, print and TV advertising campaign
Martin Shanahan, CEO of IDA Ireland said 'IDA Ireland will compete for any mobile investment that results from Brexit' Video Link
- Investment partnership bill to improve Irish offering for Private Equity funds
The Department of Finance is to publish a Bill to modernise Ireland's investment partnership regime.
- EU CCCTB and corporate tax reform
It must be remembered that in order for the regime to progress it must be unanimously accepted by all Member States, writes Deloitte's Tom Maguire
- Shane Ross to trigger Alt A' milestone, facilitating cheaper access to capital markets for Irish leasing companies
Alt A equivalence is expected to allow Ireland's airline and aircraft leasing companies easier and cheaper access to capital markets funding.
- Dillon Eustace launches unit to monitor Central Bank enforcement actions
Irish law firm Dillon Eustace has launched an innovative Regulatory Investigations Unit aimed at helping financial services regulated firms address regulatory enforcement issues - a response, the firm says, to an increase in CBI enforcement actions.
- Finance Dublin Christmas Hamper Crossword - sponsored by InvestNI
Closing date: December 12th
- THE FINANCE DUBLIN BREXIT CENTRE
The implications of Brexit for Ireland's finances and financial services industry, its clients, and the people working in it.