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Expansion in Ireland – A proven choice for multinationals

Ireland is well known for its low corporate tax rate of 12.5%. However, as a place for doing business, it’s not just its tax regime that attracts business. Time and again, it’s Ireland’s people and all-round value proposition that prompts companies to stay and invest for the long term.

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Budget 2019 – A review – Foreign Direct Investment Perspective

Budget 2019 was delivered by the Irish Government against a backdrop of a buoyant domestic economy, continued improvement in employment rates and record tax receipts. These positive economic indicators are tempered by the serious challenge of Brexit that is facing the country.

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Ireland’s Corporation Tax Roadmap

This month saw the publication of Ireland’s Corporation Tax Roadmap (the roadmap) by Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe.

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6 Reasons to Consider an Irish Holding Company

Ireland has become one the EU’s location of choice for setting up a holding company.  Over the past five decades, many of the world’s most successful companies have setup operations here.

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Aircraft Leasing Ireland – Ensuring we remain the global leader

For many, Ireland is considered the birthplace of aircraft leasing. It began in the 1970s with Guinness Peat Aviation (GPA) and the late Tony Ryan, Ireland’s first truly global Irish entrepreneur.

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The EU’s global trade partnerships – A trade war buffer

In May, when Donald Trump hit the Eurozone with punitive steel and aluminium tariffs, the EU got its first taste of how a full-scale, transatlantic trade war might play out.

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Expansion in Ireland – A proven choice for multinationals

As firms look to internationalise their operations and (in some cases) safeguard against Brexit, Ireland has become the destination of choice for many multinationals.

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Aircraft Leasing – Is Ireland Gaining Altitude?

With the foundation of Guinness Peat Aviation (GPA) in the 1970’s by Aer Lingus and the Guinness Peat Group, Ireland became a key early player in global aircraft leasing. The legacy experience which comes from 40 years involvement in the industry has helped cement the country’s position as the top global destination for aviation leasing […]

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Foreign Direct Investment: The Motor in Ireland’s Economic Recovery

Since TK Whitaker first began advising governments of the benefits of open trade in the late 1950s, Ireland has set out its stall as an outward-looking, open economy. We certainly box above our weight when it comes to Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) gaining more than twice as much as you would expect for a country of our […]

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Ireland Post-Brexit: The UK’s New European Hub

Following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union, multinationals have begun to take steps to mitigate against the potential negative impact of Brexit. Until now, most companies have held off making big decisions while negotiations continue between the UK and EU. But with the clock ticking and transition arrangements still unclear, companies are making […]

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