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Nominee directors: a conflict of interest?

Ireland - December 31 2010 A nominee director is a director who has been appointed to the board to represent some special interest, such as the interests of a financial institution or a particular group of shareholders.

Overview of Corporate Restructuring and Recovery Options Available Under Irish Law - Part 1

Ireland - April 28 2020 As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to disrupt economic activity in Ireland businesses are reviewing their corporate structures and funding…

Paul Dineen, Richard Curran.

Companies Bill 2012: effect on corporate restructurings

Ireland - January 8 2014 In December 2012 the Companies Bill 2012 ("the Bill") was issued by the Irish Parliament. Although the Bill passed Committee Stage on 6 November 2013…

Distressed M&A - Opportunities and Risks

Ireland - September 14 2020 As many companies continue to suffer economic hardship due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, it is likely that mergers and acquisitions of companies…

Marco Hickey, Paul Dineen, Richard Curran.

One direction

Australia, Ireland, United Kingdom - December 16 2013 The mammoth Companies Bill 2012 consolidates the duties and responsibilities of directors in one place. Ruairí Mulrean and William Darmody…