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The Brexit Series- Setting Up a Company in Ireland

17 October, 2019 Author: John Kelly

This article looks at the different types of companies that are incorporated in Ireland, with a particular focus on the characteristics of the most common type of company, the private company limited by shares. Private Company Limited by Shares (“Limited Company”) This is by far the most common type of company in Ireland. The most […]

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The Brexit Loan Scheme- Accessing Capital in the face of Brexit

10 October, 2019 Author: Ciara Finnan

What is the Brexit Loan Scheme? The Scheme provides access to between €25,000 and €1.5 million for a term of 1 to 3 years, at a lower interest rate and on more favourable terms than those provided by other Irish lenders in the market. It is important to note that the Scheme is only available […]

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The Future Growth Loan Scheme- Accessing Finance in the face of Brexit

8 October, 2019 Author: Ciara Finnan

The Future Growth Loan Scheme the (“Scheme”) was approved earlier this year and aims to support small and medium sized businesses, in addition to the primary agriculture and seafood sectors which have particular exposure to the UK and may be most impacted by the UK leaving the EU on 31st October. What is the Future […]

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EU Trade Marks following Brexit

4 October, 2019

In Europe, a trade mark registration system exists through which a single European Union trade mark (“EUTM”) application may be filed before the European Union Intellectual Property Office and if granted, will extend registered trade mark rights simultaneously in all EU member states, including the United Kingdom (“UK”). With the UK set to leave the […]

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The Brexit Series: EEA Resident Director Checklist

1 October, 2019 Author: Ciara Finnan

Flynn O’Driscoll previously published an article on section 137 of the Companies Act 2014 (the “Act”) which requires an Irish incorporated company to have at least one European Economic Area (“EEA”) resident director. We outlined that this requirement does not apply to companies that hold an insurance bond (the “Bond”) or section 140 certificate. In […]

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