Financial Regulatory

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Legislation modernising investment limited partnerships (ILPs) in Ireland will be fully commenced by March, Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe has announced. The Investment Limited Partnership (Amendment) Act 2020, approved by the Oireachtas last month, enhances the transparency applied to Ireland's f

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Legislation modernising investment limited partnerships (ILPs) in Ireland has been approved by the Oireachtas and is due to be signed into law. The Investment Limited Partnership (Amendment) Bill 2020 modernises the Investment Limited Partnership Act 1994 and aligns it with more recent domestic and

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Credit unions can hold their annual general meetings online in whole or in part under new legislation approved by the Oireachtas. The Finance (Miscellaneous Provisions) Bill 2020 will allow credit unions to hold their AGMs in spite of Covid-19 restrictions.

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A £14 billion claim against Mastercard on behalf of 46 million UK customers can go ahead, the UK Supreme Court has ruled in a landmark judgment. The court agreed that the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) made numerous errors of law in refusing to certify a mass consumer collective action brou

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Ministers have approved legislative plans aimed at enhancing Ireland's regulatory environment in international financial services. The Investment Limited Partnerships (Amendment) Bill 2020 aims to promote investment and secure Ireland's competitiveness as a market for financial services.

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Former Irish president Mary Robinson has been appointed to a panel investigating allegations of corruption at the African Development Bank (AfDB). Mrs Robinson, an experienced barrister, will be joined by Hassan Jallow, Chief Justice of the Gambia, and Leonard McCarthy, a former South African prosec

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The Court of Appeal has upheld the order of the High Court that the evidence of a loan servicer was inadmissible hearsay. The proceedings concerned the admissibility of the evidence adduced by Promontoria in its application for summary judgment against Gerry Burns and Anne Burns, and whether it was

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Dillon Eustace remains the leading legal adviser to Irish-domiciled funds, according to a new report. The firm advises more Irish funds than any other law firm and has continued to do so for over two decades, independent fund research company Monterey Insight said.

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