The Credit Reporting Act 2013, as amended, established a central credit information database in Ireland known as the Central Credit Register or the
A structured guide to prospectus requirements for equity securities offerings in Ireland
On 7 February 2018, the Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) announced the enhancement of rules governing Loan-Originating Qualifying Investor
The promissory note was an obligation created by the Irish State in favour of IBRC. It was a unilateral promise by the State to pay IBRC the sum of
The Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) recently issued a letter concerning the disclosure of related party transactions as provided for in UCITS Notice 14 and Non-UCITS Notice 2 (the “Notices”).
The Central Bank has requested details of projected volumes of fundsub-fund applications (including self-managed investment company applications and risk management processes) and post-authorisation amendments that have pre-Christmas or pre-year end approval deadlines.
The Central Bank has issued a new form of Individual Questionnaire (“IQ”) which will apply from 1 December 2011.
An information note has been prepared with the agreement of the Central Bank detailing provisions regarding the treatment of subscriptions and redemptions under UCITS IV and specifying how the relevant requirements for recording and handling subscription and redemption orders can be met.
On 1 September 2011, the Central Bank of Ireland (the “Central Bank”) published its new Standards of Fitness and Probity which will apply to all regulated financial service providers other than credit unions, including regulated funds and their Irish licensed service providers (the “Standards”).
The Irish Funds Industry Association has circulated a draft Voluntary Corporate Governance Code for the Funds Industry in Ireland.