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It remains to be seen whether the UK will ‘crash out’ of the EU if and when it eventually leaves. At the time of writing, the exit date has been rescheduled for  12th April, 2019. Should Brexit happen, the UK will become a ‘Third country’ for the purposes of EEA personal data transfers. This means […]

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As published in the IFN Annual Guide, January 2018. The uncertainty created by the Brexit vote in 2016 has continued throughout 2017 with Brexit dominating many discussions but transaction activity has continued unabated. In Ireland the financial services and insurance industries have been net beneficiaries of the uncertainty with many household names announcing moves to […]

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The ICEL proposes to examine the legal implications of both a soft and hard Brexit on June 28th for trade on the island of Ireland in a full-day conference with leading practitioners, academics and stakeholders in this field, exploring the potential consequences of the various options open to the negotiating parties. Our Managing Partner, Philip […]

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As published on Islamic Finance News, Wednesday 17 May 2017. Since the decision of the UK in June 2015 to leave the EU, there has been widespread speculation and discussion about the relocation of UK authorized financial institutions. In recent months before and after the UK government triggered Article 50 to leave the EU, several […]

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First up – cards on the table – we, in Ireland, are predominantly pro-Europe. We believe in the four freedoms which underpin the legal structure of the EU and our strongly recovering economy relies very heavily on those four freedoms, particularly on the free movement of people i.e. immigration. We are the absolute polar opposite […]

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