Transfer Pricing in Ireland

Transfer Pricing in Ireland

Transfer pricing in Ireland is established between subsidiaries, affiliate companies or those that are commonly controlled, and it determines the amount that one division will charge the other for the provided goods and services. The transfer pricing rules in Ireland are established by the Transfer Pricing (TP) guidance and the Tax and Duty…
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Property Law in Ireland

Property Law in Ireland

Foreigners are allowed to purchase a property in Ireland, following the regulations imposed under the Irish Property Law. When concluding a real estate contract in Ireland, it is highly recommended to perform the due diligence procedures on the respective property, which refer to a detailed verification of the property to determine whether the respective asset may have hidden…
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Exchange Traded Funds in Ireland

Exchange Traded Funds in Ireland

The Exchange Traded Funds (ETFs) were launched at the level of the European Union (EU) in 2000. Since then, Ireland became the dominant market for the domiciliation of such investment funds, as approximately 50% of all the ETFs set up in the EU are registered in Ireland. The ETFs are addressed to professional investors, as they can carry out investment…
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Ireland – Switzerland Double Tax Treaty

Ireland – Switzerland Double Tax Treaty

Ireland and Switzerland signed the first treaty for the avoidance of double taxation in 1965, but the document was amended several years ago, on 26th of January 2012. The authorities of the two countries signed a revised edition, reducing the level of several income taxes applicable to natural persons and legal entities, tax residents of the two…
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Insurance Law in Ireland

Insurance Law in Ireland

Ireland is one of the European states providing a competitive insurance market, as local or international companies decided to operate in this country because it offers a stable market and a legal system which protects the relationships emerging from an insurance contract. Furthermore, Ireland has one of the lowest corporate taxes in Europe, which is established at…
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Signing Contracts with an Irish Company

Signing Contracts with an Irish Company

Foreign investors who are interested to open a company in Ireland or who want to seal various agreements with companies with operations in the Irish territory should be very careful when signing contracts here, as the agreements give legal rights and obligations to both contracting parties. The contract is binding the parties to respects all the provisions stated in it and, as…
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Irish Law Firm

Foreign investors who are considering investing in Ireland can obtain legal assistance on the registration of a local company from our lawyers in Dublin, who can help businessmen in opening any of the company types prescribed by the Irish commercial legislation. They can also receive advice on other corporate matters, such as tax advice and…
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